Marlon Samuels is reportedly taking Yanique Curvy Diva to court.

After weeks of allegedly dodging a subpoena, the media vixen turn recording artiste was served during the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall finals on Saturday night.

“#iconic the irony of this is too real,” the Jamaican cricketer captioned a video on his Instagram account. “They tried to kill my career, and fate took them straight back to the venue where my career was founded Melbourne cricket club.”

“God don’t like ugly and he will used the same place I started my journey to end theirs. You’ve been served enjoy the tea ?,” he added.

Samuel’s first threatened to take legal action against the “Lifestyle” singer last month after she made claims of abuse, threats, harassment and stalking in a lengthy Instagram post.

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“It has been brought to my attention that there are allegations in social media circles, that a female television personality who goes by the moniker Yanique Curvy Diva has made several derogatory posts on social media about me,” Samuels said in an official statement. “I am therefore informing the public that I refute the allegations made by Miss Yanique Barrett and I intend to take the necessary steps legally to defend my reputation in due course.”

“In my capacity as a sports ambassador, my job is to continue serving the people of Jamaica, the West Indies and by extension the cricketing world, and in addition the blind community by way of the Marlon Samuels Foundation for the Blind. In the circumstances, I am therefore requesting that the mentioned media personality and those associated directly or indirectly to her immediately cease and desist from embroiling my name in any controversy, (expressly or implied) surrounding this person. Failure to observe this request will result in legal action for an injunction against you to restrain you from further slandering and defaming my name and reputation.”