In a statement to BET.com on Rozay’s behalf, lawyer Xavier Donaldson calls the suit ridiculous. “The recent lawsuit filed by Curtis Jackson against Mr. William Roberts is clearly another attempt to draw attention to his descending entertainment career and one of several desperate, last minute attempts he's made to avoid and deflect legal and financial responsibility for his own actions related to the pending New York City civil trial in which he’s a defendant,” says Donaldson.
Donald’s notes that the original lawsuit filed against the G-Unit founder five years ago, never involved Ross. He adds, “If and/or when Mr. Jackson [50 Cent] properly serves Mr. Roberts [Ross], we will aggressively address and defend against these frivolous and futile claims.”
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