Shantel Jackson, who used to be engaged to Floyd Mayweather and is now with Nelly, said the boxer stole $3 million dollars in jewelry from her, and she’s reportedly filed a lawsuit to recover damages, which 50 Cent weighed in on.
According to Jackson in what it is reported to be a new court filing, Mayweather swiped a diamond ring worth $2.5 million, 10-carat diamond earrings worth $250,000, a $32,000 Chanel watch, a diamond bracelet worth $100,000, a diamond heart necklace that costs $20,000 and a $21,000 Louis Vuitton lock necklace.
Jackson also included other pieces of jewelry that were allegedly stolen, like a platinum Masterpiece Rolex watch with diamonds, a diamond cuff, a diamond cross necklace and a diamond Rolex, but she didn’t attach a dollar amount to those items.
Before that Jackson claimed that Mayweather stole $1 million in designer shoes from her, as well as designer clothes and handbags from a storage space, which he denied.
In a countersuit, Mayweather said that Jackson used his credit cards without permission and stole money. He also claimed that she recorded their conversations without permission to use it against him if they ever broke up.
All of this comes after Jackson sued the pro fighter in 2014 for defamation, as well as invasion of privacy, after she accused him of going on social media and telling people that she had an abortion. Jackson also accused Mayweather of assault and battery.
50 Cent weighed in on all of the accusations Wednesday in an Instagram post, which may not be a surprise since he and Mayweather have been beefing for quite some time. They used to be close friends and part of The Money Team Crew but started dissing each other on social media in 2012.
In his latest message to the undefeated fighter, 50 gave him some legal advice.
“Champ took the sh-t back, huh,” he wrote. “Nah I ain’t gonna lie I’d do the same sh-t LOL. Champ you not gonna win, she got Gloria Allred. Give her a mill or two and let her go before sh-t get crazy.”
“Listen to 50,” someone told Mayweather on Instagram after reading the rapper’s post.
“@50cent. Why you always instigating?” another person asked.
Mayweather and Jackson have been fighting in court since 2014.