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50 Cent wants his baby mama and son out da house - and a Long Island judge is obliging.
"I'm a winner. What can I say?" Fitty, who's real name is Curtis Jackson, said after a hearing in Suffolk County Housing Court, where Judge Stephen Hackeling OK'd his bid to boot Shaniqua Tompkins and his son Marquise from his Dix Hills mansion.
Tompkins, 32, said, "Any man who would evict his son out of his house is evil. He's an evil, disgruntled man."
Fitty's lawyer, Brett Kimmel, said his client is paying Tompkins $6,700 a month, and that includes cash for her to find a new place to live for her and Marquise.
Tompkins maintains that the "In da Club" rapper bought the house for her, but he testified that it's his. He also made it clear that he wasn't happy that her new boyfriend was living in the $1.5 million home, one of the largest in Dix Hills.
"To have her living there with her boyfriend and several other people is inappropriate," said the rap star. "She's in the house with people I'm not responsible to pay housing for."
Fitty, 32, was the only witness to take the stand. Asked his net worth, he said, "I feel like I'm worth a billion dollars."
"She doesn't want to work. She doesn't want to do anything," he went on. "She had a sense of entitlement over me because she was around before I had success."
Tompkins said she helped nurse the rapper back to health after he was *** nine times in May 2000, which has added to his musical hype.
The judge gave Tompkins until the end of the school year to clear out.
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50 Cent accused of trying to evict ex from LI home
A lawsuit filed in Manhattan by 50 Cent's ex and the mother of his son alleges that the rapper is trying to evict her from his Dix Hills house, AP reports. Shaniqua Tompkins is accusing 50 Cent of "breach of contract" because he supposedly promised to buy the house for her and their 10-year-old son. The house is now in his name -- Curtis Jackson.
Public records show he bought the 5,000-square-foot house in January 2007 for $1.4 million. Taxes are $16,815 a year. "It's a very big home," says Paul Catsandonis, Tompkins' attorney. The house is located on an acre and has six bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a three-car heated garage with a dumbwaiter to the kitchen. The house, built in 2002, also has a pool. The previous owner, builder Robert Defeo, built the house for himself and his family.
Someone close to the deal says that 50 Cent wanted to buy the house so that his son would be in a good school district, Half Hollow Hills. "He actually came to see the house," the source says. "He was very shy ... polite ... humble ... lovely."
But it was clear at the closing last year that there was a problem. Tompkins was at the closing; 50 Cent was not. "It was obvious that she was very upset," says the source. "She wanted the house, or at least half in her name." But the deed only had his. After the closing, Tompkins was seen crying, the source says.