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50 Cent's Baby Mama Is Teaming Up With Another Rapper's Baby Mama For A Project That Fiddy Won't Like

Surely, I am not the only one that thinks 50 Cent won’t be here for this?

Carmen Bryan, , the mother of Nas’ oldest child, says she is teaming up for a new reality show with Shaniqua Tompkins, the mother of 50 Cent’s oldest son, Marquise Jackson

Bryan, who recently dropped her book entitled Life After Child Support: When the Checks Stop Coming, talk about the joint venture in a recent interview with Mara The Hip-Hop Socialite.

She revealed that she’s working on an ensemble non scripted show with the Shaniqua Tompkins that will also feature other women as well. 

The project is reportedly centered around women empowerment.

Bryan says, “Shaniqua Tompkins and I are working on a reality show, and I’m not allowed to share the title yet, but it will be filmed in New York and Los Angeles. We will have a few other ladies participating in the show, and basically, it’s a show based on urban women in business empowering one another.” 

If you think this will be just another excuse for Black women to follow the typical reality show format of getting on television to act ratchet and do ratchet things, Bryan wants to stop that thought before it goes any further.

"There will be no wig snatching and wine throwing — we're trying to put a spin on Black excellence showing women in an organic environment that can come together, inspire one another, work on their brands and their businesses, and if there is any tension or disagreements, it's organic, it's resolved, and we move on to the next aspect of the program." 

She ended by saying, “Just basically showing our lives, our children, our family, and again, trying to create a new spin on reality television. Showing black women in a better light.”

Carmen said she can’t reveal the title of the show just yet but did mention that the reality TV project is coming soon.

The mother of Nas’ daughter (Destiny Jones), also talked about the purpose of writing her new book, Life After Child Support: When the Checks Stop Coming.

“It’s a cautionary tale. It’s a short story about overcoming financial dependency and growing – becoming self-reliant. I went through so many different challenges as a mom – as a parent – as we all do, however, I never considered when everything was quote, unquote gravy that I would have financial issues down the path. It’s just something that you don’t consider when you’re comfortable, when you’re complacent, or maybe you do and you put it on the backburner like I did.”

Bryan added, “I had a few businesses during the course of the time I was receiving child support, but I will say I always had the cushion, so I didn’t necessarily take my own businesses to the level that I could’ve taken them to. The potential was there, as it is always, however the drive wasn’t. So basically, what I’m doing is I’m just telling my story. I’m not complaining, I’m not explaining – I’m just giving my experiences, what I went through.”

While I don’t expect Nas to have a problem with the new reality show project, history suggests 50 Cent will have a lot to say about Shaniqua Tompkins’ involvement

Are you here for this new reality tv project?

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