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50 Cent Accused Of Not Visiting His Son


50 Cent and his son’s mother have a long history of feuding and legal battles, and now Shaniqua Tompkins tells TMZ that the rapper hasn’t visited his son Marquise in two years.

According to her allegations, 50 hasn’t attempted to hang out with his first son since his new baby, Sire, was born. To make matters worse, Marquise supposedly didn’t know his 15-month-old half-brother existed until reading the news on the tabloid-based publication and now reportedly feels “replaced” by his younger sibling and forgotten by his father.

Both parties had a public fallout last year when 50 Cent was curved when he attempted to visit the teenager at his home in Atlanta. Curtis Jackson claims not only did his son refuse to answer the door, but he turned off the lights to pretend he wasn’t home. The infamous incident was followed by a heated exchange of text messages that went viral on social networks, leaving millions to witness the MC disowning his son with messages like: “F**k you stop texting me” and “I don’t have a son anymore.”

In light of Shaniqua Tompkins’s latest allegations, 50’s representation spoke on behalf of the Queens-native, telling TMZ: “50 is saddened by the attention-seeking tactics of his son’s mother. He remains a proud and supportive father and feels blessed to have two sons.”

[via TMZ]

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