50 Cent’s son breaks down why $6700 is not enough for child support. The 22-year-old, who also celebrates his birthday in October, is also a musician. He goes by the name 25 Cent.
His siblings include sister Mia Jackson and half-brother Sire Jackson. He finished his graduation from St John’s Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin, USA, and has been interested in basketball since his school days.
50 Cent’s son is no stranger to the public as he and his father have had disagreements openly.
Things started to go downhill in the relationship in 2008, when 50 and Shaniqua started publicly fighting over his $4 million home in Long Island. According to Shaniqua, 50 promised her the house, and when it burned down, she claimed 50 was involved in the arson.
50 Cent went on to sue his ex for defamation.
During a 2014 interview with Philly’s Morning Show with Shamara and Laiya, 50 Cent claimed his son “embraced his mom’s perspective on me,” which ruined their relationship.
His ex-denied the allegations. Instead, she stated Curtis Jackson, known as 50 Cent, lacked a relationship with their son due to his choice. Additionally, she stated that 50 Cent bullied his son.
By 2015, 25 Cent, Marquise Jackson, called his father out. “I ain’t never switched up on nobody, either you pushed me away, left me hanging, or proved to me how Un-loyal you are!!? That’s word to mommy.”
But of course, 50 Cent never fails to firs back. As a result, a string of text messages was leaked to Radar Online. During the messages, the “In Da Club” rapper disowned his son. As well as used explicit language while sending insults.
However, Curtis claimed he sent the messages to his sons’ mom. Also, stating she used their son’s phone to text him. Since then, the relationship experienced turmoil.
Another incident occurred when 50 compared his son to Tekashi 69.
As the family’s feud continues to unfold on social media, the 22-year-old stated his father only paid 6700 a month for child support. Additionally, claiming it’s not enough. With the beef that 50 has in the street, his son claimed, Marquise it is impossible for someone to restart a new life and rebuild everything with just $6,700 a month.
“I know what it feels like to have nothing, alright. I had to rebuild my life over with $6,700 a month. $81,000 a year.”
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