Shaniqua Tompkins Says 50 Cent Was Physically Abusive, Hasn't Seen His Son In Two Years
Starting with the issue of Marquise’s graduation, Tompkins alluded that 50 should have been there regardless of an invitation.
“I didn’t know a parent needs an invitation to a graduation,” Tompkins said. “I think you make time for what you want to make time for. I mean, you know your son is in the twelfth grade. You know that children—depending on the state—they graduate May, June-ish. You’re busy but that’s why you have...assistants. The assistant can call the school. He’s always talking money, money, money. So you could fly on your private jet with your big gold chains.
“I’m not mad,” she added. “We all want the finer things in life but I left him. I knew when I left him that I was leaving a lifestyle. So it’s not like he left me. I left him...He is privy to the same information that I am privy to as a parent. You can call the school. You can ask, say, ‘I’m a parent of a senior.’ Or have your assistant call. I’m not being condescending. Have your assistant call. It was no tickets. It was on the lawn of the school. People that I did invite, they stood on the side to watch the graduation. You could have been there. That’s your choice. That is your choice. And being that you say you pay tuition, which he doesn’t, you should of had a first-class ticket then. You pay tuition right? But he doesn’t. He pays child support. He doesn’t pay tuition, he promised me he would, and then he changed his mind. I told him I wanted Marquise to change schools because I feel like the school that he was going to was getting a little rough. He’s in private school.”