“I facilitated the introductory meeting between 50 Cent and the company, so it makes absolutely no sense that I would object to 50 Cent being a Frigo brand ambassador or think that 50 Cent is ‘too urban’ for the brand,” said Jeter, who noted that he had no knowledge of a lawsuit.
“(Company CEO Mathias Ingvarsson’s) statements are particularly malicious because he knew all along that I never agreed to be a spokesperson or ambassador for the brand, and that is confirmed in documents that Mr. Ingvarsson himself signed.”
50 Cent, for his part, took out his frustration on Instagram. It's not like it's the first time he's vented on people when the deal doesn't go right. Here is what he had to say:
Wow, guess I'm not a Yankees fan anymore. 😳 LETS GO METS? Man you can't trust nobody these day.smh
Anyway, this has the potential to be either a one-day teaser headline or a long, drawn-out slugfest. More to come.
--Ike Dimitriadis, BYB Senior Staff Writer
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