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50 Cent Ordered To Hold Onto Long Island Home That Burned Down And More In “The Roundup”

50 Cent has a thing for selling units–there was that whole SoundScan battle with Kanye and all–but a New York judge ordered the G-Unit general to hold onto his Long Island property that succumbed to flames recently. New York State Supreme Court Justice Carol Edmead ruled Fif must put in insurance monies from the fire into a trust account pending the outcome of his legal dispute with his child’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins. [ABC News]

Diddy got into a fender bender last Friday with a man who was later charged for Driving Under the Influence. The accident occurred in New York when Charles Lorenzo dinged Diddy’s Maybach in front of 1Oak. When police arrived Lorenzo was passed out, face down on the pavement. [TMZ]

Lil Wayne runs laps around MCs, but the New Orleans rapper hasn’t been able to put any distance between him and a lawsuit over work done to a Bentley of his. Allegedly, Weezy F. ordered Le Marck de Andre and his firm to customize his Bentley Arnage. The rapper, according to a previous suit, failed to compensate for the work. Now a new lawsuit has been filed seeking over $100,000 from the lyricist in addition to $200 per day until a settlement is reached. [AHH]XXL staff

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