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50 Cent And His Son's Mother Are Fighting Dirty On Instagram

And his son isn't having it.

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt
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50 Cent is back at it again with the social media pettiness, but his son's mother - Shaniqua Tompkins - is behaving just as badly.

50 and Tompkins - who's the mother of his 20-year-old son Marquise - recently got into it when 50 decided to publicly and joyously count down the days until he could legally stop paying child support for his oldest son. It wasn't a good look, and it's probably part of why 50 and Tompkins have been beefing on social media for what feels like years.

Tompkins reignited the beef when she posted a photo of 50's alleged "secret son" - who turned out to just be a look alike that he cares for - and captioned it, "Look at his Boy with Red Bottoms...Going to public School in Brooklyn...That's a real good look!"

I'd say throwing shade at a child just to get back at a grown man is an even worse look, but anyway, 50 responded by reposting the month-old tweet on his Instagram page today and writing, "See this why if this b***h got hit by the Q11 bus and it dragged her, I would get out of my Bentley and ride the motherf***er 2 stops. LMAO He is going to a school connected to Hunter college, because he is advanced B***h he is 11 years old in the 8th grade. Just facts."

50 then increased the pettiness by posting proof that the house Tompkins lives in is being foreclosed on, because that's a totally mature thing to do.

Meanwhile, Shaniqua and 50's son Marquise just turned 20, and in an Instagram post, he threw a little bit of shade his dad's way.

"I appreciate all the love & well wishes," he wrote. "There's people I never met that show more love than people that have the same blood as me, and I just want to say thank u to those who do!"

What a sad situation all around.

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