50 Cent's Son Marquise Offers One Month of Child Support for 24 Hours With Estranged Father (UPDATE)

50 Cent's son Marquise publicly offered to give him $6,700, which is allegedly one month of his child support, in exchange for spending 24 hours together.

50 Cent attends the New York premiere of "Nobody's Fool."

50 Cent attends the New York premiere of "Nobody's Fool."

50 Cent attends the New York premiere of "Nobody's Fool."

UPDATED 10/12 12:00 p.m. ET: 50 Cent has responded to his son Marquise’s offer to pay him $6,700 for 24 hours of time together alongside a promo for his Black Mafia Family docuseries.

"😆@lilmeechbmf & @michaelraineyjr know what’s up stupid!" he wrote alongside the trailer. "BLOWING MONEY FAST 10.23.22 it’s lit 🔥 @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi GLG🚦GreenLightGang"

Marquise, meanwhile, has suggested that he has more to tell about his father in a post featuring a Photoshop edit of his face on the poste for Power Book III: Raising Kanan

"Nahh who made this? 😂 I’m not stupid I went to private school remember?" he wrote, before directing his attention to his father. "MY POPS don’t be entitled to your feelings. Ion need not a dollar from u and If you need me to promote your show just say that. Somebody tell starz I got a story to tell we know what the people wanna see🚦Red Light Green Light 1….2….3😭 #ItsInMyBlood" 

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50 Cent’s eldest son Marquise Jackson is offering to pay his estranged father $6,700 in exchange for 24 hours of quality time. 

Marquise posted a picture on Instagram Monday where he’s sitting next to the word “entitled” spelled out in $100 bills. “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. 

The post is in reference to a photo that 50 Cent shared on Instagram years ago, which turned out to be one of several posts called into question in court after he filed for bankruptcy. 50 attempted to dissuade the court from looking into unaccounted financial assets by reassuring them that prop money was used in pictures, such as the one below. 

“Just because I am photographed in or next to a certain vehicle, wearing an article of clothing, holding a product, sitting next to what appears to be a large sums of money or modeling expensive pieces of jewelry does not mean that I own everything in those photos,” 50 argued in court documents.

Marquise’s remark about people thinking “$6,700 is sooo much money” is in response to the backlash he received for arguing that $6,700 per month in child support wasn’t enough. 

As of this writing, 50 Cent has not responded to Marquise’s offer. 

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