In an interesting turn of events following the case of arson at the home of 50 Cent's ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, a temporary restraining order was issued against 50. Apparently Shaniqua, 50's ex, suspects 50 was behind her home being torched, which happened not long after 50 took legal action to have her evicted from the Long Island mansion, which he owns.
50, in turn, hit Shaniqua with a $20 million defamation lawsuit saying that she was making baseless and reckless accusations against him.
And if all that madness wasn't enough, 50 has now been ordered to turn over all his firearms to authorities while the investigation into the arson is conducted.
Strangely enough, after making a career based on guns and violence -- including the exploitation of the fact that he was shot nine times in 2000 -- 50's lawyer Brett Kimmel has surprised us all by saying that 50 has no guns to surrender!
That is amazing considering that even on his latest mixtape which came out Friday he brags about how many guns he owns and how he has mastered using them. 50 even postures up a storm with guns and bulletproof vests in his mansion's garage while filming the video for the song Funeral Music where he attacks rapper Cam'ron.