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Power 106 radio personality Bryhana Monegain officially suing 50 Cent for throwing microphone at her face

50 Cent is being sued by Power 106 radio personality Bryhana Monegain after he hit her with a microphone during his The Final Lap Tour stop in Los Angeles last August, TMZ reports.

50 Cent sued by LA Radio Host Over Mic-Throwing Incident: ‘Severe Injuries and Emotional Distress’

Curtis ''50 Cent'' Jackson is being sued by Power 106 host who claims the rapper threw a microphone from the stage and struck her face.

Bryhana Monegain alleges in new court documents, obtained by Page Six, that when the “In Da Club” performer realized his microphone wasn’t working properly during a show at Arena on Aug. 30, 2023, he threw it into the crowd and hit her in the face and wrist.

In a lawsuit filed Thursday (Jan. 25), in Los Angeles court, Power 106 host Bryhana Monegain accused 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) and concert giant AEG of legal negligence over the August episode, in which the rapper chucked the mic off to the side of the stage after he became frustrated that it was not working.

Monegain – who publicly shared images of gash on her forehead the next day – claims in her lawsuit that the microphone hit her in the face and left wrist, causing major injuries.

“Plaintiff was transported by ambulance to the Los Angeles General Medical Center emergency department for treatment of injuries, including but not limited to, a concussion, laceration over her forehead, and pain in her left wrist,” her lawyers write. “Plaintiff complained of dizziness, headaches, light and sound sensitivity, and nausea [and] continues to suffer from here severe injuries and emotional distress.”

As previously reported, 50 Cent threw a non-working mic into the crowd out of frustration while performing in L.A. last summer. The mic connected with Monegain, who was taken to the hospital for her injuries. At the time, 50 Cent's attorney Scott Leemon called the incident an accident.

"Let’s be very clear, as I told LAPD this afternoon, my client Curtis would never intentionally strike anyone with a microphone," Leemon said in a statement. "Anyone saying something different doesn’t have all the facts and is misinformed."



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