50 Cent has a problem with Derek Jeter, and it’s about underwear

19 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

50 Cent has a problem with Derek Jeter, and it’s about underwear.

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (2) rounds first base on a base hit that drove in the winning run against against the Baltimore Orioles in the ninth inning of a baseball game, Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014, in New York. (AP) The former Yankees shortstop reportedly signed a three-year deal to serve as a company director at RevolutionWear Frigo in 2011 and help promote the Swedish firm. According to legal papers obtained by editors at TMZ, Jeter allegedly decided to back down in 2013 when Frigo was launched in the United States and asked that his involvement not be made public.

In the lawsuit, Frigo majority owner Mathias Ingvarsson claims Jeter was not happy with the new celebrity endorsements and reneged on their agreement — supposedly costing the company’s valuation to drop by $30 million. His concerns, as laid out by the lawsuit that TMZ obtained, were that adding 50 Cent would make the brand feel too “urban.” The company is now suing the man who played 20 years in Major League Baseball for $4.7 million, claiming that his lack of involvement cost them major money. Because this is a post about baseball and 50 Cent, we are contractually obligated to mention that time he threw out a horrible first pitch at Citi Field.

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