Shaniqua Tompkins, step off! Rapper / human flak jacket 50 Cent got what he wanted in the latest chapter of his baby mama drama - kind of.
A Long Island judge has granted him an unrestricted visit from August 3-12 with Marquise, his son with former girlfriend Shaniqua Tompkins.
Celebrity news sources say both parties had to submit to drug tests at the courthouse before the judge would even discuss it.
50 was clean. Shaniqua tested positive for crack cough meds.
In court, she claimed 50 is keeping her from using her Land Rover SUV by keeping guards at the site of his house - engulfed by flames in June.
She says he burned it down. He denies that's the case.
The mother (above) of Marquise, 11, Tompkins she is concerned for her son's safety after the fire at the 5,200-square-foot Dix Hills home that 50 owns and Shaniqua was living in. Tompkins publicly accused the rapper of setting the blaze.
"She wants Marquise to have access with his father, but with safety precautions in place," said Paul Catsandonis, Tompkins' attorney.
With the current ruling handed down, Family Court Judge David Freundlich will consider how to proceed on two motions:
- A protective order he granted for Tompkins last month
- A petition to enforce 50 Cent's visitation rights.
Last month, 50 Cent, a.k.a. Curtis Jackson, served his baby mama with a $20 million anti-defamation lawsuit in Connecticut, where he has a home.
He is seeking damages for public accusations Shaniqua Tompkins made accusing Jackson of threatening her life a week before the fire.
In a third courtroom in Manhattan, Tompkins is suing 50 Cent - with whom she was romantically involved before he became a famed rapper - for $50 million, saying she helped him attain stature and is entitled to part of his estate.
Baby mama drama continues on September 15.