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50 Cent Mocks His Son Marquise Jackson Afer Claiming $6700 Child Support Isn’t Enough

American hip-hop artist Curtis James Jackson, popularly known as 50 Cent has responded to his son Marquise's $6700 child support money demand. 

American hip-hop artist Curtis James Jackson, popularly known as 50 Cent has responded to his son Marquise’s $6700 child support money demand. 

This comes after Marquise called out his dad 50 Cent for claiming that $6700 (GHS70,350) monthly child support per month isn’t enough when speaking with Choke No Joke on Instagram live video. 

Marquise went on to say that the $6,700 per month in child support is insufficient for him to rebuild his life in New York City as he desires.

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Marquise Jackson recently spoke with TMZ about his child support money claim, emphasizing that his relationship with his dad 50 was real and not based on money.

“I don’t even know if a sit-down can actually restore the [relationship]. “It’s 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 and get 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.” — Marquise said during his interview with TMZ

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In response to his claims, 50 Cent posted a video on his official Instagram mocking his son Marquise following his child support money claim. 

In the video, the G-Unit rapper was stopped by his crew, who jokingly asked him for an extra $67000, just like Marquise was demanding from him. 

Later in the video, 50 Cent can be seen swimming in Jaquzzy while puffing on a cigar and watching television at the same time.

“This nigga is crazy, 25 years old why are you still talking about child support?”— 50 cent said to throw a shot at his son Marquise 

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