After Wishing Death On Their Son, 50 Cent Savagely Fired Off Rounds At His Baby Mama

50 Cent  performs at Birthday Bash ATL The Heavyweights of HIP HOP Live in Concert at Philips Arena on June 18, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

After Wishing Death On Their Son, 50 Cent Savagely Fired Off Rounds At His Baby Mama

She clapped right back with ease.

Published December 3rd

It’s no secret that notorious hip-hop troll 50 Cent has an estranged relationship with his eldest son, Marquise, and his child’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins. However, things have just gotten plain messy in the past few months. Back in September, Tompkins announced she’d be starring in a reality show alongside Carmen Bryan, Nas’ ex and mother of his daughter Destiny. Fif didn’t shower her with celebratory messages of support. Instead, the “Window Shopper” rapper dragged her to Southside hell and boldly proclaimed he “owns her life rights.”

Just a few days ago, a photo surfaced online of Marquise with the son of the ring leader who intended to kill Fif back in 2000, when he ended up with nine gunshot wounds. The Queens native commented underneath the photo, “If both these little n**gas got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day.” Some fans were floored while others sympathized.

Fif followed up his harsh sentiments to say that “the people Shaniqua’s son looks up to and associates himself with is a reflection of the negative energy he embraces towards me. I paid his mother $1,360,000 in support to afford him opportunities I never had…”

  1. In spite of his shade, Tompkins wasn’t able to shrug off the brutal comment

    On Instagram, she posted a meme that read, “a n***ga with money don’t mean sh*t. Ronald McDonald rich as f**k but still a clown.” The Power star reposted her photo with the caption, “Alexa, play 'Bitter Old B*tch' by Lil Baby.” 

    Yet the former couple wasn’t close to finished with their virtual sparring match. Tompkins, then, read the “Get the Strap” emcee for filth. “I find it so humorous that a not so gangster rapper will go so hard and be so diligent at going at his child and his child’s mother, but won’t keep that same energy for the n***as who put that hot lead up in his ass…”

  2. “Alexa, play 'Many Men,' by 50 Cent,” she continued

    Fif seemingly responded to her insinuation that his mantra, "get the strap," has a dual meaning. In his classic trolling manner, the G-Unit emcee wrote, "she is just confused. The question is how long do you think it will take her to identify with the truth. whatever I say is the truth, don't play wit my pimpin. get the strap LOL."

    What a mess.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photo: Prince Williams/Contributor/WireImage)


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