50 Cent’s son Marquise Jackson has now responded to his father’s recent interview with The Breakfast Club. He claims interviews are the only way he can reach out to his father.
50 Cent’s son, Marquise, responded to his father’s interview with The Breakfast Club through a new Instagram post.
In the post, Marquise said that he has been trying to reach out to his father for several years, and public interviews with TMZ and Choke No Joke are the only way to reach out since the rapper-turned-TV mogul has him blocked on social media.
Marquise also explained that the texts 50 discussed in the interview about child support money were from himself and not his mother, Shaniqua Tompkins.
Jackson also talked about the picture he took with the son of his father’s street enemy known as Kenneth “Supreme” Mcgriff, who was featured on Nas’s recent docuseries earlier this summer on Showtime while he’s serving life in prison.
He explained that he never knew it was the son of his enemy, and sent out an apology for the hurt he may have caused.
50 Cent Speaks On Relationship With Estranged Son; Says He Doesn’t Believe He Wants A “Conversation”
During an interview with The Breakfast Club, 50 Cent recently shared that he doesn’t believe his son Marquise Jackson wants to have a conversation with him.
50 Cent called into The Breakfast Club to talk about his recent back-and-forth with his son on social media.
During the interview, the “In Da Club” artist said that he doesn’t believe Marquise wants to rekindle their relationship since he talked to TMZ instead of having a private conversation with him.
The TV executive producer also shared that he took Marquise’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, to child support because she kept asking for money even after giving her $6,700 a month.
Recently, 50 Cent responded with a humorous video after Marquise claimed the child support amount wasn’t enough.
The Game Pokes Fun At 50 Cent & His Son’s Poor Relationship
The Game has spoken on 50 several times, even agreeing to do a Verzuz with him and claiming to have more classic albums.
Now, the rapper recently poked fun at 50’s relationship with his son.