Following the multi-platinum success of his 2003 album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” 50 Cent’s personal life has been examined under a public microscope and scrutinized after various allegations of domestic abuse by former girlfriends surfaced.
The mogul managed to avoid a prison sentence after pleading no contest to one count of misdemeanor vandalism reportedly stemming from a June 2013 dispute with Daphne Narvarez, the mother of his second child.
This week, during a radio interview with Power 105’s Angie Martinez, the “Power” producer opened up on his relationship woes, which in recent months included domestic violence accusations by rumored girlfriend, Tatted Up Holly.
"When you’re making those adjustments and you’re dealing with people who don't necessarily have the same lifestyle, it's such a huge adjustment, that when it's not working anymore, ‘you're hurting me,’ because it’s not gonna be the way it was… and then they'll turn [on you]. Three times this has happened to me."
The rapper went on to admit the lack of communication he has with his estranged 19-year-old son, Marquise, and revealed his thoughts on why he believes the teen’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, has strained their relationship by instilling “her entitlement” through the years.
Check out 50 Cent’s interview in its entirety in the clip above.
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