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50 Cent Continues to Take Aim at Son’s Mama, Tweets Old Pics to Slam Her as ‘Crazy’

After 50 Cent bragged about supposedly successfully shutting down his baby mama’s reality show, the rapper still doesn’t seem to be letting up on his son’s mom.

The former “Power” star has been taking aim at Shaniqua Tompkins as of late, who is the mother of 50’s 20-year-old son, Marquise Jackson. Tompkins went public last month about plans to launch a reality show with Nas‘ ex Carmen Bryan that would be “based on urban women in business empowering one another.”

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50 took issue with that plan and claimed to have nixed it. He also posted a lengthy Instagram rant on Sept. 27 and demanded that Tompkins “go get a f—ing job.”

“This is what my house in Long Island looked like. #bellator #LeCheminDuRoi,” the MC tweeted Monday, Oct. 8 accompanied by a photo of a nicely built home, presumably one Tompkins set he sights on to destroy.

“Then after family court 👀it looked like this. #bellator #LeCheminDuRoi,” he said in a follow up post. That tweet included an overhead photo of the same house burnt halfway to the ground.

“Smh 🤦‍♂️that girl is crazy LOL,” 50 said in another tweet. That message was also accompanied by a photo, which showed a shot of the main quarters of the home burnt to a crisp.

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“When people hate you, 🤷🏽‍♂️they hate you,” 50 said in conclusion.

Fans began chiming in on 50’s tweets, which may have been made in jest, as he made them.

“How she crazy when you the one that burnt down the house with marquise in it? You obsessed with that woman. Floyd was right. 😂”

“Lord, what did you get yourself into!!?” another user asked, posting another tweet featuring a GIF from the 1996 film “Waiting to Exhale.” The image featured the iconic scene of Angela Bassett’s character, Bernadine Harris, walking away from her ex’s car she just lit up in flames.

“What a damn shame! Greed always gets the best of the worst of them .. 😞😖”

“Keep your head up and stay safe man.”

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