50 Cent paused his social trolling in an attempt to halt the mother of his eldest son, Shaniqua Thompkins' forthcoming plans to star in a reality show with fellow Queens hip-hop legend Nas' ex, Carmen Bryan, who recently penned a "cautionary tale" about life after child support and outgrowing financial dependency.
Bryan followed up to denounce the reality TV misconceptions fans might be accustomed to. "There will be no wig snatching and wine throwing – we’re trying to put a spin on black excellence showing women in an organic environment and if there is any tension or disagreements, it'll be resolved, and we move on to the next aspect of the program. [My goal is to show] black women in a better light."
The Power executive producer expressed his outrage on his usual stomping grounds in a language "she can understand." Firing off with "look b***h go get a f**king job."
Thompkins has yet to respond to Fif and his harsh sentiments, and Fif hasn't taken legal actions to actually stop the show from coming to fruition. However, to allude one "owns another's life rights" is the epitome of toxic masculinity — and that's not OK.
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