50 Cent didn’t do it. Following Shaniqua Tompkins’ allegations that he threatened to kill her, Fif issued a statement through his attorney, Brett Kimmel."Any suggestion that Mr. Jackson had anything whatsoever to do with the fire at his home is outrageous and offensive," the statement reads.As previously reported, Fif’s Long Island mansion was set ablaze this morning. Tompkins and Fif’s 10-year-old son, Marquise, escaped the fire and were sent to the hospital. Fif and Tompkins are currently in litigation regarding the house. The Queens rapper attempted to boot Tompkins out of the house last month unless she agreed to pay $4,500 per month in rent. TMZ cameras recently captured the former couple arguing near the house. TMZ also caught up with Tompkins as she returned to the ravaged home earlier today.“I think he would,” Tompkins told snapped when asked if Fif was capable of torching the house. “He’s obsessed. If he can’t have me, no one can. He’s obsessed. He said he was gonna have someone come kill me and watch he does. And that’s exactly what he did.” --Carl Chery