50 Cent has built his career on controversy and beef. However, these petty feuds are not limited to the world of entertainment. When one fan decided to mention 50's disconnect with his oldest son, they got a taste of what it's like to be on the rapper's bad side. 

Like many, 50 Cent brought in the Easter holiday by spending some quality time with his family. This led him to veer away from his usual social media irritation and upload a positive post featuring his young son Sire to his Instagram page.

"Happy holidays enjoy today man, take sometime for things that are really important to you God bless," 50 captioned the picture. "It’s Easter Sunday I know y’all clean for real at the church."

Despite 50's good mood, one troll took to his comments to allude to the 50's fractured relationship with the family of his eldest son. 

"Imagine how your first born feels seeing this," the fan wrote. "Can't even be a dad for the one that actually looks like you... Straight joke."

This overt attempt to get 50 to return to the persona that made him famous succeeded. The rapper hopped into his comment section where he ethered the troll for ruining a good moment by questioning his parenting skills.

"Fuck you bitch," 50 responded. "You don't know shit about what you talking about. Everything was positive then you come with bullshit go suck a d**k." 

50's response is likely due to the severity of the issues between himself and his oldest son Marquise Jackson. Their estrangement have turned the two into internet enemies. For years, Marquise and 50 have been trading blows. However, these jabs turning into haymakers in Nov. of 2018.

Kyle McGriff (the son of 50's sworn nemesis Supreme McGriff) posted an archived picture of himself and Marquise Jackson to his Instagram with the caption: "If you know you know." This prompted 50 to hit the comment section stating "if both these little n****s got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day."

While one's own flesh and blood taking a picture with the son of the man who allegedly attempted to kill you would be enough to anger anybody, 50's perceived death wish brought the rapper a lot of backlash. In fact, Marquise's mother Shaniqua Tompkins even spoke out in defense of their son. 50 then took to social media to explain that both he and his son's actions are rooted in the negative energy produced by their misunderstood relationship.

"I have zero ill will towards anyone living on this Earth," 50 tweeted. "The people Shanquois son looks up to and associates with is a reflection of the negative energy he embraces towards me. I paid his mother $1,360,000 in support to afford him opportunities I never had."

This complex relationship and the "like father, like son" antics its created makes it hard to decipher the true root of their issues. However, with Sunday's response, 50 let it be known that his family will not be any fuel for any social media agenda.