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50 Cent has been beefing with his son Marquis Jackson for years now, and he made his disdain for his first-born even more clear after Marquis posted a photo of himself and the son of 50’s rival, Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.

McGriff is currently serving a life sentence for murder conspiracy and drug trafficking. A long-time associate of Ja Rule and Irv Gotti, he was also reportedly accused of plotting to murder the “In da Club” MC, according to CBS News.

So when 50 saw the photo of his son with McGriff’s son, he commented: “If both these little n****s got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day.”

TMZ reports that rapper and Marquise have been at odds ever since 50’s baby mama, Shaniqua Tompkins, sued the “Power” star in 2008. The case was dismissed in 2009.

Since then, father and son have traded jabs on social media, with Marquise telling TMZ in 2017 that 50 Cent’s music “hasn’t been too good lately.”

But after fans and online followers recently slammed 50 Cent for going in on his son, he flipped the script, saying: “I have no ill will towards anyone living on this Earth. The people Shanquois son looks up to and associates with is a reflection of the negative energy he embraces towards me. I paid his mother $1,360,000 in support to afford him opportunities I never had. They just spent it, over the years I repeated get a job now they have to figure it out.”

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10 thoughts on “50 Cent Says He Wouldn’t Mind If His Son, Marquis Jackson, Got ‘Hit By A Bus’

  1. Malamapono on said:

    I am a fan and a great grand parent,my family was raised by 50s thoughts in his music,we appreciated it and admired his attitude,his family should feel fortunate its more than money have respect is the value and the love of being cared for God Bless

  2. Passing Through!! on said:

    Sad, but 50 cent isn’t too bright although he’s accomplished a lot he’s still hood, thug to the core. It’s troubling to see the relationship that he has with his son, his blood but I also blame his son’s mother for the way she’s used her son against his own father. 50 should be the adult and simply not respond he’s looks real stupid posting stuff like that about his son. And his son who is an adult needs to start thinking for himself and stop allowing his mother to poison his mind. This is the perfect example why grown folk need to keep their children out of their personal beefs.

  3. At the end of day 50 cent, this is a reflection on what YOU did not do. If YOU 50 cent did your job for this child MENTALLY, you would not be getting this. It is more than about money. This kid does not even respect you and looking at the way 50 cent behaves even with others, I see why this kid is the way he is and act like this toward 50cent.

    • Passing Through!! on said:

      I agree Amber, 50 is very immature, inarticulate just look at the way he behaves on social media. He should be the bigger person and try to pull his son aside and talk to him father to son, man to man but instead he’s behaving just like a kid, he’s treating his child like one of his rivals. But that’s who he is his hood mentally keeps him in defense mode he only knows attack, fight or belittling his competition. What a missed opportunity for both men.

      • Arthur Higgins on said:

        It’s not that easy this. A entire generation! I’M damn near going through the same with my son.

  4. U know what 50 cent you are rite what more they want if you pay them all that money as you see god is taken his course because of we’re hes at now. But never say u will in other words be ok if a bus hit your child. Because from a father point of view it’s does sound rite and it isn’t rite. Just let god take care of that. And then again u rite they do need a job

  5. americanize on said:

    Shit I thought I was looking at 50 when he was young.But making that kind of statement about your own son is not good,you been downgraded to no cents.

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