The “Power” producer caught Tompkins’ Instagram story Friday night and by Saturday, Dec. 1, he hit back on his Instagram page.
“A n—a with money don’t mean s—…. Ronald McDonald rich as f-cc….. but he still a clown,” Tompkins’ post said.
50 hit back writing, ” 👀Alexa play bitter old b—- by lil baby ☕🐸LOL.”
Fans chimed in with their own thoughts.
“She mad cause that child support ended.”
“Positive Vibes only? Aw.”
“But you supposed to be ok n some positive s— though?? Stop treating that woman like that. You supposed to be a man but you stay acting like childish. 😒”
“I don’t know y people play with 50 lol.”
“@50cent I soooo f—in’ love uuuu❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
“Y’all celebrate the wrong s—.”
But Tompkins is the one who got the final say this go round.
“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.. 🤔”
“Alexa play ‘Many Men’ by 50 Cent,” she added.
50 has not only made a habit of taking aim at Tompkins. He’s also taken digs at his son, Marquise Jackson.
Last week, a photo emerged of Jackson with the son of New York drug kingpin Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff. McGriff has long been rumored to be the man who ordered 50 to be shot several times back in 2000.
In response to the pic, the rapper said, “If both these little n—– got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day.” It was the icing on top of a stale cake full of ill will between the estranged father and son pair.