That's the question fire investigators are wondering today after Fiddy's Long Island home burned to the ground last night.
According to an article in today's NY Post, the case is being referred to the arson squad "because of the intensity of the fire, and also being that who belongs to the house."
- The blaze occurred just days after a heated confrontation inside the woman's attorney's office over the home. 50 Cent does not live in the home and apparently wasn't there at the time.
Six people inside the Dix Hills home were taken to a hospital suffering smoke inhalation. Police later said they were treated and released. A firefighter also suffered a minor eye injury, officials said.
Investigators from the Suffolk County arson squad were called to the scene after Dix Hills Fire Chief Larry Feld deemed the blaze suspicious. The fire was reported at 4:59 a.m. and was extinguished about 45 minutes later, Feld said.READ MORE...