The eldest child of rapper 50 Cent has offered to pay one month’s worth of child support in exchange for 24 hours of his or her time.
That’s one way to gain attention
On Monday, October 11th, Marquise Jackson posted a photo to Instagram next to $6,700 worth of cash that had been arranged on the ground to form the word “entitled.”
Marquise captioned the picture about his father in a very sad way.
“Since y’all believe $6,700 is sooo much money, please tell my pops that I would pay him $6,700 for only 24 hours of his time so we can accomplish everything I ever wanted to do with him as a kid,” it said.
Marquise had argued that $6,700 wasn’t enough child support in a recent Instagram Live conversation with Choke No Joke, saying: “$6,700 a month in the state of New York, you do the arithmetic.”
You’re talking about a Forbes lister, he continued. You’re referring to a person who has issues with everyone. Not just any neighbourhood will do. $81,000 is not a large sum of cash. You cannot simply reside anywhere.
Marquise’s most recent post appeared to be in response to the criticism the statement received.
UNILAD has contacted the agents of 50 Cent for a response.
It also seems to link to a 2016 Instagram picture 50 Cent posted following his bankruptcy filing.
A picture of 50 sitting next to piles of cash was questioned at the bankruptcy trial, but the “Candy Shop” hitmaker said the notes were only pretend money.
“Just because I am shot in or next to a certain vehicle, wearing an article of apparel, holding a product, sitting next to what looks to be a big sum of money, or modelling valuable pieces of jewellery does not entail that I own everything in those images,” 50 argued in court papers.
And this is not the first time this month that 50 has been in the news.
It was recently made public that the celebrity is suing a doctor in Miami for implying that he underwent penis enlargement surgery.
50 is suing the surgeon on the grounds that the doctor falsely claimed he had undergone penile enlargement surgery based on photographs of him.
The rapper, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III, claimed in his lawsuit that after he “graciously accepted” to take photos with doctor Angela Kogan, she exploited those photos to try to advertise her plastic surgery practice.