50 Cent’s Babymama Shares Photo of Her Home He Allegedly Burned Down, Narrates How Her Kids Escaped Death
Yesterday, 50 Cent’s babymama Shaniqua Tompkins shared a photo of her house which burned down 2008, and the embittered mother narrated how her children narrowly escaped death.
“May 30, 2008 My house was burned down to the grown!” Tompkins captioned the photo of the burning house. “We jumped out of a second story window to escape the blaze of fire.”
“I thank God my children and I made it out safe! We lost everything but gained a whole new prospective on life,” she continued, adding, “God is amazing! So Thankful! God have mercy on their soul…. Vengeance is mine said the Lord.”
The rivalry between the two started after they broke up.
In her 2008 interview with NY Post, Tompkins accused the rapper of trying to have them killed in the fire that razed down the $2.4 million home.
“He tried to kill me and his own child,” she said., explaining that she had gotten in a violent dispute with him, hence why he wanted to have her and their then-10-year-old son Marquise dead.
“Who do I think did it? Curtis Jackson,” Tompkins continued. “He threatened me on Monday that he was going to have someone visit me. My kids are in the house. Who would try to kill your own kids? He’s supposed to be all about being a gangster … that’s not a gangster, that’s a coward.”
However, no arrests were made, even thought the authorities said the blaze was ‘suspicious’.
Ever since, the ‘Get Rich, Die Tryin’ rapper has been in an endless social media feud with Tompkins, and by extension continually mocked their 18-year-old son Marquise, reminding the boy that he has been cut off from his father’s wealth.
Well, Tompkins’ remembrance of the incident that would have ended their lives has sparked reactions among her fans, with many dragging the rapper into the discussion.
See the comments:
Surprisingly, the very vocal rapper whose real name is Curtis Jackson has yet to speak up.
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