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50 Cent’s Domestic Violence, Vandalism Charges Reveal 2nd ‘Baby Mama’

Rapper 50 Cent has been charged with domestic violence and vandalism after he allegedly kicked his second “baby mama” and ransacked her home.

50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, is infamous in the rap community for having a ridiculously hot temper and it seems like his anger issues may get him up to five years behind bars this time.

The allegations against the 37-year-old rapper from New York accuse him of kicking his secret baby mama, Daphne Joy, after kicking down her closet door just to get to her.

Rumor has it the couple were in a heated argument before things took a sudden turn for the worse and Jackson began ransacking the home. That’s when Joy rushed off to hide in her closet.

The incident happened back in June and had everyone speculating that the woman who was assaulted was Shaniqua Tompkins, 50 Cent’s famous “baby mama,” mother of his 16-year-old son.

It wasn’t until recently that the news of this second baby surfaced and it was revealed that Tompkins was not the accuser.

The Candy Shop rapper dated Joy for three years, but neither of them ever announced having a baby together.

In fact, the news of the second baby mama actually broke by accident when the police released a statement claiming that the victim and the accused have a “child in common.”

After Tompkins quickly denied being the woman involved, it was discovered that the secret baby mama lived in Toluca Lake, which is where the incident took place, according to the police reports.

Not exactly the happiest way to break the news about a baby.

As for trashing her condo, it is believed that Jackson caused about $7,100 in damages and will have to pay fines totaling up to $46,000 if found guilty on all charges.

The fine is the least of his worries, however, because one charge of domestic violence along with four counts of misdemeanor vandalism means 50 Cent could be facing jail time of up to five years.

The hip-hop star is due back in court July 22 to be arraigned.


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