New York (ANI): Rapper 50 Cent has been allowed to spend weekends with his 11-year-old son, while he fights custody case with his ex-lover Shaniqua Tompkins. The New York judge David Freundlich ruled in favour of the star a.k.a Curtis Jackson and said that he can spend alternate weekends with son Marquise.
"I'm happy. I get a chance to see him," New York Daily News quoted him, as saying. But Tompkins didn't seem happy with the verdict, insisting two weekends per month is too much. However, the 33-year-old singer said that he has no plans to change his high-flying lifestyle.
"I'm going to hang out with some (women). Make some music, make some movies, and continue to kick it." he said. The pair's long battle over Marquise intensified in May (08) when Tompkins'' New York home, which was owned by 50 Cent, was destroyed by a fire.
Tompkins and Marquise were inside the building when the blaze took place, and she later claimed the star was responsible - a charge he has denied.