According to the New York Post, the settlement grants 50 the right to visit Marquise one weekend a month, one month throughout the summer and on specified holidays. Despite not being allowed his two requested weekend visits a month, the G-Unit leader expressed his relief that the proceedings have finally come to an end.
“I’m happy it’s actually done with,” 50 said outside of the courtroom.
While no official reason has been offered for why the judge ruled against the rapper’s two weekend request, Tompkins justifies the decision as being at their son’s own discretion.
Marquise didn’t want that,” she told The Post. “He’s going to get visitation on his terms.”
The couple are currently scheduled to appear at a Manhattan courtroom in January to address Tompkin’s $50 million civil case against 50.
In related news, the platinum selling rapper has been tagged to star in director Gela Babluani‘s upcoming movie 13.
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