Rapper 50 Cent 'Wouldn't Care' If His Son Marquise Died
Looks like 50 Cent won't be getting a Christmas Card from his eldest son this year...
50 Cent's 21-year-old son Marquise Jackson posed for a photo with the son of the rapper's long-time rival Kenneth 'Supreme' McGriff, igniting a pretty aggressive comment from the 'Candy Shop' artist.
The 43-year-old commented on the Instagram post: "If both these little n*****s got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day."
50 Cent's relationship with his 21-year-old son has been publicly strained since 2008, when 50 Cent and Shaniqua (Marquise Jackson's mother) had a bitter breakup.
It has been reported that when Marquise was 16, the rapper texted his son vile and threatening messages, with one stating: "I’m taking you and your mother’s daughter out of my inheritance."
A year later, the rapper allegedly sent even more abusive messages to his son when he refused to come out of his house to greet him.
"I don’t have a son anymore," he wrote.
In 2014, Marquise Jackson revealed that his father was not present at his graduation.
"Yeah I broke down," he posted online. "I was really excited to see my pops at my graduation today, but he never showed up smh [shaking my head]. My sister and mamma is always there for me, just know that you wasn’t. I did it without you."
He threw even more shade at his dad on Father's Day this year, posting an image of himself at a restaurant with two empty plates.
Ironically, 50 Cent's character in the Stan show 'Power' shot his son in the fifth season of the show. Just one month after the episode aired, he commented on his son's Instagram post with one of his character's quotes: "Don’t play with me boy. Kanan."