50cent0808.jpgRapper 50 Cent has finally broken his silence regarding the fire at his Dix Hills home, which he was allowing his son and ex-girlfriend, Shaniqua Tompkins, to live in. The NY Post reports that after all these months, 50 Cent has finally met with investigators. This follows an ABC News report on the saga, which began with the fire on May 30th. FIre officials say it's standard to meet with the owner of the home, but for whatever reason hadn't been able to speak with 50 until now, even after numerous attempts. Meanwhile, the rapper is still "fighting a temporary motion that bars him from collecting insurance proceeds from the home or selling the real estate." As for who started the fire, a Long Island fire chief told ABC, "I think they're on to something, but they can't make an arrest without something tangible."