Atlanta rapper Jeezy just recently got into some trouble after an altercation with his son. Now, G-Unit head 50 Cent is having issues with his son and his baby momma has come forth to call out 50 for not being a good father to their child.
According to reports, 50 Cent has not seen his son in almost two years.
“50 Cent’s teenage son feels like he’s been replaced by the rapper’s new baby — saying he hasn’t seen his dad in nearly two years … in fact, he didn’t even know he had a half-brother until TMZ broke the story. Marquise Jackson’s mother Shaniqua Tompkins tells TMZ, the last time 50 Cent saw 17-year-old Marquise was May 2012, several months before 50’s second child Sire Jackson was born. We’re told Fiddy hasn’t even spoken to Marquise since the two had a very public falling out in January 2013 over text messages. The fight stemmed from a botched visitation attempt — 50 claimed he showed up to Marquise’s house in Atlanta to visit, but Marquise refused to answer the door, and the texts that followed were brutal … including messages like, “F**k you stop texting me” and “I don’t have a son anymore.” (TMZ)
A representative for the rapper has already come forward to speak on the issue.
Now Marquise feels abandoned … because 50 is showering Sire with attention and hasn’t bothered to reach out to Marquise. As for 50, his rep tells TMZ, “50 is saddened by the attention-seeking tactics of his son’s mother. He remains a proud and supportive father and feels blessed to have two sons.” A source connected to 50 says the woman hasn’t worked since 2002 and this is ultimately a money grab. As we reported, 50 recently posted doting photos of Sire on Instagram, but quickly removed them out of concern for Sire’s safety. (TMZ)
Last Fall, 50 spoke on his son during an interview with MTV Act Blog.
“17. He has, I don’t know if you should call it, a fear of me,” Fif said when asked how old his son is. “Yeah. Cause it’s like, his mother will traditionally say, “You wait till your father finds out.” Well, you know what, in certain areas, I feel like I’ve always made him feel like he’s the man when I’m not around, so it’s his job to make sure everything’s alright, to take care of your mother, to not give her a hard time.” (MTV Act Blog)