50 Cent’s Long Island Mansion Burned Down

50 Cent’s Long Island Mansion Burned Down

    A "definitely suspicious" fire has wreak havoc on a mansion in Long Island that 50 Cent owns. Six people including the mother of 50 Cent's son, Shaniqua Tompkins, who were inside the home were sent to the hospital. The home was bought by the G-Unit leader in 2007 for $1.4 million dollars. The house is the center of recent litigation due to 50 trying to evict Tompkins unless she paid him rent.

    The fire was reported at 5am this morning and firefighters responded to the fire which caused a nearby highway to be closed. “The fire was huge, I mean huge,” a neighbor said. “I watched the whole fire from our pool. [The house] burned down to the ground.” The rapid movement of the flames raised suspicions among officials with the fire department. “I would say there is a strong, a strong, strong possibility that it is suspicious,” Dix Hills Fire Department Chief Larry Feld said.

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