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Today, hip-hop/bottled-water impresario Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson will ask that a judge evict his ex-girlfriend, Shaniqua Tompkins, and the couple’s 10-year-old son, Marquise Jackson, from the rapper’s property in Long Island, New York, Radar has learned. (Before passing verdict yourselves, consider what a love child and jilted ex lover have done to your fledgling mogul hopes and dreams.)
In February a judge hacked Tomkins’ monthly support checks from $25,000 to $6,700 (her fault, mostly). Tompkins and Marquis were allowed to remain in Jackson’s home on condition that the money be used in part to find a new residence. Fiddy says they didn’t even try and that Tompkins is taking advantage of the situation (gentlemen callers, perhaps?), as the house is in Jackson’s name and all bills are presumably forwarded to one of his faceless accountants in Hollywood.
Paul Catsandonis, Tompkins’ lawyer, plans to argue today that an eviction is impossible given that Tompkins is not by definition a tenant. Her residency has always been without a lease agreement, and Catsandonis tells Radar that because Tompkins pays no rent, she cannot be subject to eviction. And besides, her baby’s are in school in the neighborhood (a daughter from another man also lives with them).
But Tompkins doesn’t stop there.