50 Cent’s Eldest Son Blasts His Father Paying $6700k A Month, ‘Not Enough’

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50 Cent’s eldest son, Marquise Jackson, put his poppa on blast.

As reported on Yahoo, Marquise hopped on IG Live to vent his frustrations. According to Marquise, he says $6700 a month isn’t enough to “maintain his lifestyle”; he feels he deserves as 50 Cent’s son. The 25-year-old said told ex-rapper Choke No Joke on Live, 

“$6700 a month in the state of New York City, you do the math. 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; $ 81,000 is not a substantial amount of money. You can’t just live anywhere. You talking about you got beef with everybody in the industry, you can’t just live anywhere.”

Choke responded and said Marquise should be getting $13,400, which would include the other half that 50 sends to Marquise’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins. Later on, Marquise said, 

“If I told you right now you gotta start your life over right now with $6700 a month and rebuild your life can you do it.” Choke posted the video. His caption was interesting. Take a look:

“My conversation with Marquis Jackson @199viq the son of @50cent 50 Cent has become a heavy conversation in the Black & Hispanic household. The mind manipulation and division of father and child by the mother is a conversation that needed to be had because people don’t realize the mental illness that is caused by the separation of Father and Child. We go half on a Baby and then it’s the Mother’s child but we are financially responsible without any custodial rights unless by court order.” He ended the message with,

“I’m still waiting on 50 to address this before I get deep into it. Marquis told his side and now 50 will tell his. I tell you boy, Child Support has broken up more families than anything else in the world!”

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It’s no secret Fif and Marquise have an estranged relationship. The outlet points out in 2017, Fif publicly announced he finished paying all his child support payments. He took to social media to celebrate, but then later apologized. Marquise criticized his father for making fun of the situation.