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Detective Lieutenant James Rooney, the commanding office of the arson squad for the Suffolk County Police Department said he had read the post but would not confirm its claims. “The investigation is still ongoing,” Rooney said. “I don’t know where they got that information, but our case is still open and ongoing.”

A post on 50 Cent’s Web site claims that the rapper (born Curtis Jackson) has been cleared of any involvement in a suspicious fire that destroyed his Long Island home last May. But the police are telling a different story.

“The police department and insurance investigators ruled that there is absolutely no proof or evidence suggesting that Curtis Jackson or any affiliated parties were involved,” the post on ThisIs50.com reads. “Curtis Jackson has just been cleared of all the accusations. The investigation will continue until the guilty party is found.”

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Hip Hop power player 50 Cent has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the fire that consumed his Long Island Mansion occupied by his son, Marquise Jacksonn, and Marquise’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins.

Fif was being investigated after the $1.4 million estate went up in a blaze while he was trying to get Tompkins, the mother of his child, evicted.

Tompkins and their son were both taken to the hospital after the blaze which resulted in both parties filing restraining orders against each other.

According to reports, the police department and insurance investigators ruled that there is absolutely no proof or evidence suggesting that Fif or any affiliated parties were involved.

Fif was cleared of all accusations. The investigation will continue until the guilty party is found.

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