Update 10/12/2022 1:11pm:

The ongoing saga between 50 Cent and his son Marquise Jackson has certainly produced its fair share of disheartening moments, from 50 Cent saying that he wouldn't mind seeing his son get hit by a car to the moment when Marquise crossed enemy lines and hung out with Floyd Mayweather during the height of his father's feud with the retired boxing champion. In the past, 50 Cent has even gone on record to explain why he could never reconcile with his son. Nevertheless, Marquise appears to have softened his stance as of late. In light of his controversial discussion with Choke No Joke about 50 Cent being absent during his childhood and the lack of compensation/child support that his mother received for that, Marquise came to the realization that he just wants to spend time with his father, even if he's 25-years-old and no longer a child. On Monday, he expressed his feelings with a vulnerable post about his desire for some father-son time.

“Since y’all think $6,700 is sooo much money someone tell my pops I will pay him $6,700 for just 24hr of his time so we can do everything I ever wanted to do with him as a kid,” he wrote in a plea to Instagram. “Red Yellow Green whatever color he like,” Marquise wrote on Instagram.

50 Cent recently issued somewhat of a response to all of the commotion that his son has caused on social media lately. In an Instagram post that was made on Tuesday, the proprietor of the POWER Universe on Starz plugged his upcoming document on BMF by posting a video clip while also giving a shoutout, in the caption section, to two of his brightest young employees, Lil Meech and Michael Rainey Jr. He also took a little swipe at his son, by indicating how much money he's spending and using the same stop sign emoji that his son used in his IG post on Monday.

“[grinning squinting face] @lilmeechbmf & @michaelraineyjr know what’s up stupid!” the G-Unit boss wrote in his caption. “BLOWING MONEY FAST 10.23.22 it’s lit ? @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi GLG?GreenLightGang.”

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Source: Hip Hop DX



Update 10/11/2022 1:54pm:

Two weeks ago, a clip of Marquise Jackson discussing the obstacles and hardships of having only received $6,700 (in child support) per month from his father, 50 Cent, struck a nerve amongst several urban news outlets. Overall, his hot take about deserving more than $80K per year as the first son of a business mogul whose current net worth is more than $40 million might have some validity to it from a technical perspective. But Marquise presented his viewpoint as if his basic needs for a roof over his head in a safe neighborhood and socks could not possibly be met with the money that his child support was generating. Therefore, over the past 14 days, fans and the media have taken turns calling the 25-year-old spoiled, entitled, ungrateful, etc. The amount of attention he's garnered lately has undoubtedly landed on his father's desk at some point. To that, Marquise recently took to Instagram to deliver somewhat of a heartfelt, indirect message to 50 Cent through the fans and the media.

"Since y’all think $6,700 is sooo much money someone tell my pops I will pay him $6,700 for just 24hr of his time so we can do everything I ever wanted to do with him as a kid. Red Yellow Green whatever color he like," Marquise wrote. 

The caption was accompanied by a photo of Marquise, and it's a take on the classic depiction of his father's iconic "money challenge" photo. But, instead of using money to spell "broke," Marquise used cash to spell "entitled." 

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Original 10/06/2022 1:55pm:

In the state of New York, parents without primary custody of their offspring are expected to devote 17% of their monthly income to child support until they have fulfilled their parental duties in accordance with state law. The average child in America is granted about $5,760 in child support a year, but according to Marquise Jackson, that financial figure is far below what he required in order to live a healthy life, growing up as the son of 50 Cent. The 25-year-old recently engaged in a passionate verbal exchange with Choke No Joke about the fact that he only received $6,700 in child support every month, from his famous father as a kid. Marquise's plight was centered around not having a father in the picture, 50 Cent's massive net worth, and his basic needs in the wake of a rocky relationship between his parents. But Choke No Joke offered pushback calling for Marquise to humble himself, citing that most families don't even make $80K per year.

"I should not want for anything," Marquise said during his discussion with Choke No Joke on IG live. "I'm not talking about I want a lambo, at the time I wanted at least socks. Basketball socks is twelve dollars. I should not want for anything right?"

"Now, hold on?" Choke No Joke replied. "At what age is this?"

"We ain't even gotta worry about the age," Marquise said. "It's a general question. If you're not gonna be there physically and emotionally, but you're traveling [because] you gotta get your money, I should not want for anything right?"

"Okay, was [50 Cent] paying child support?" Asked Choke No Joke.

"Child support, I believe, came around when I was 12 or 13, or maybe 11," responded Marquise. "Ten years of child support...It was like a million dollars I think or what [50 Cent] claims was a million dollars. It's $6,700 a month."

"And that can't buy socks?" Said Choke No Joke.

"You're comparing [my situation] to yourself, don't do that. You're talking about somebody who [had] problems with everybody [so] you can't just live in any neighborhood. 81K is not a lot of money! [He] had beef with everybody in the streets [so we] can't just live anywhere."

From there, Choke No Joke brought up an interesting point about Marquise's mom also being responsible for barring some of the financial responsibilities for his upbringing before breaking down the intricacies of child support legislation. To that, Marquise argued that his mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, worked as a real estate agent while 50 Cent often complained about having to shell out money for child support. The conversation between Marquise Jackson and Choke No Joke recently went viral, sparking debates about the responsibilities of the primary guardian, the duties of the noncustodial parent, what the children involved are entitled to, and why.

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