Following last week’s father-son drama, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s first-born child, Marquise, said he would rather have a face-to-face discussion with his father after publicly bashing 50 for paying $6,700 a month in child support.

“$6,700 a month in the state of New York City. You do the math,” he said. “You’re talking about a Forbes lister, you’re talking about someone that has problems with everybody — you can’t just live in any neighborhood. $81K [per year] is not a substantial amount of money!, Jackson said to Choke No Joke during an Instagram Live interview. 


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Since trolling his father in multiple posts on Instagram during a new interview with TMZ, Jackson admitted that a conversation with his father won’t necessarily patch old wounds but he’d rather comprehend his father’s perspective of their estranged relationship.


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“I don’t even know if a sit-down can actually restore the situation,” he told TMZ. “It’s just more so an olive branch. If you’re up for it, I’m up for it. I’m definitely willing to sit down with him so I can hear his perspective and gain a little bit of understanding. We’re both men at the end of the day – we should be able to agree and disagree and it not be a problem,” he said.

Jackson didn’t hold back from sharing his raw opinions on the matter revealing that he would pass the money up in exchange for 50’s time and rebuilding a relationship he claims he never had with his dad.

“He believes that, from his perspective, he thinks I’m entitled when that’s not the case. It’s never been about the money for me, it’s more so the relationship and for me, personally. It’s more so for the relationship more than the money for me, because if it’s about the money, then I’m willing to put it up to at least make the situation a little bit better if possible,” he added.

“Honestly, I don’t know what to expect from this situation if we do have a sit-down, I don’t necessarily know what to expect or what it looks like, but if it takes me paying for his time, I’m more than willing to do that. Maybe we could just gain understanding of each other, maybe we could understand each other a little bit better, and maybe that’s what a better situation looks like,” he admitted.


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Jackson added that over the years he has wondered what his father can do to reignite a relationship with him but he has questions he hopes can be met with answers.

“But I can’t tell you exactly what it should look like or what it would look like because then that’s like me being a kid again and just living in my dreams. You get older, you’re more mature, you start thinking about things, and it’s like, you might have questions. It’s just a situation that’s unfortunate, but it’s like, what can you do at this point?,” he stated.

Jackson is shared by 50 Cent’s and Shaniqua Tompkins, who 50 alleges brainwashed his eldest son against him during an Instagram Live with Van Lathan in 2020.


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Lathan asked the NY native if he loves his son and 50 response “I use to,” may pull on some of our hearts.

“It is sad, it’s a sad situation,” 50 said. “When you pray for success, you don’t necessarily pray for the things that come with it. It’s no such thing as success without jealousy, without envy, or entitlement … His mom developed an entitlement that cannot be met, filtering that energy through his actual personal interests.”

“I didn’t think that success would cost me my firstborn, but it’s the situation it is. My grandfather used to say, ‘If it rattles like a snake and slithers like a snake, is it a snake, or do you need to be bit?’ What he keeps saying is, every time you see the boy he shows up with somebody you got a problem with. What does that tell you?,” 50 added.


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The joker himself responded to Jackson’s slew of posts and public statements by sharing a screenshot of a comment Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory Jr. made on his son’s post alongside a trailer for The BMF Documentary: Blowing Money Fast of his character killing his son.

50 captioned his post, “@lilmeechbmf & @michaelraineyjr know what’s up stupid! BLOWING MONEY FAST 10.23.22 it’s lit ?.”

The comment Flenory Jr. wrote that 50 shared read, “You Stupid @199viq I’ll Take 5 Over There Myself I Might Even Play Some Games With You.”

According to TMZ, they were told by a person close to the matter that if Marquise was serious about connecting with his father, he would reach out privately, and not make public remarks or have interviews.