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50 Cent's Son Defends His Mother Against The 50 Cent's Post About His Babymama



50 Cent is none too pleased with Shaniqua Hopkins' intentions to go forward with a reality television program.
50 Cent's son took offense to an Instagram post undercutting his mother's planned reality television venture with Nas' baby mother. In response to the post denigrating his mother, Marquise (his estranged son) asked the imaginary audience assembled in the comment section to consider the weight of past exchanges, many of which took place on social media, right in plain view.



50's initial Instagram post inferred that a clause had been put into writing, preventing Shaniqua Hopkins, the mother of his son, from participating in reality television, or from penning a memoir recounting their breakup/child raising predicament, otherwise said to be a "life rights agreement." His unofficial decree stated:
"See right here Shaniqua this is the life rights agreement you signed. See this paragraph says you can’t do reality Tv ok. LOL," then followed by the popular adage, "get the strap."
Marquise, coming to his mother's defense, challenged his father to show some maturity, or in his words, "his 40+ years," and let bygones be bygones after a decade of estrangement. Marquise is clearly offended by the anthropomorphic portrayal of his mother as a seeing-eye dog. The stated terms of their presumed non-disclosure agreement is a completely separate issue in itself. 

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ere's why Alice Sumo is making headlines:

WHO’S SHE?
Alice Sumo is a respected nurse in Liberia where she has been a midwife for nearly three decades.

THREE DECADES?
Yes.…