50 Cent’s libelous penis enlargement lawsuit is finally heading to court after reportedly receiving a trial date of summer 2023.

According to AllHipHop, a trial date has been set in 50’s lawsuit against MedSpa owner Angela Kogan for July 3, 2023.

It’s possible that the two parties will reach a settlement prior to dispute playing out in court. Mediation for the case must be completed by March 23, 2023 if no settlement agreement can be reached.

“The appearance of counsel and each party or representatives of each party with full authority to enter into a full and complete compromise and settlement is mandatory,” Judge Robert Scola wrote. “If insurance is involved, an adjuster with authority up to the policy limits or the most recent demand, whichever is lower, must attend.

“All proceedings of the mediation will be confidential and privileged. If mediation is not conducted, the case may be stricken from the trial calendar, and other sanctions may be imposed.”

The G-Unit boss sounds ready for battle as he shared his reaction to the news on Instagram on Sunday night (November 20). “yeah my d_ck is a BIG DEAL set for trial in july no enhancement necessary,these fools put them selves out of business. SMH,” 50 wrote in his caption.


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In September, 50 Cent filed a lawsuit arguing that plastic surgeon and MedSpa owner Angela Kogan used a photo of him that was taken during a trip to Miami in February 2020 to promote her company and its services.

The lawsuit alleges Kogan used the photo — which 50 said he took believing Kogan was merely a fan — to promote Perfection Plastic Surgery without authorization and falsely implied 50 underwent a penis enlargement procedure.

50 Cent Reportedly Sues MedSpa For Implying He Had Penis Enlargement Procedure

The Power mogul maintains he’s never had a penis enlargement or any other surgery at MedSpa.

Kogan claims 50 agreed to take the picture and for it to be used on the MedSpa social media accounts. She previously petitioned for the Southern District of Florida to dismiss the case.