50 Cent's Semi-Apology For Drag Of Single Mothers
50's son Marquise Jackson strikes back.
After the publication of an advertisement for a "Child Support Release Party," 50 Cent has tried to defend their actions.
In an Instagram post with a photo of a young Fiddy, the rapper admitted that their family environment was the root of his insensibility.
"Sorry if I seem a little insensitive at times," 50 Cent wrote. "I am different. It occurred to me a little bit more difficult than that of these guys. I have No excuse. I never knew my father and my mother died when I was 8 years old."
What,👀 my nana told me that my aunt G lead me out on the side of the church. so I can get a bit of air before you start to cut because I said to myself, God, I just say that we have been here a long time. LOL #50centralbet
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on October 11, 2017, at 3:26pm PDT
Earlier this week, 50 Cent shared a Friday the 13th themed photo, and promoted what he called a "Child Support Release Party", where women who don't have children or that collect child support received free admission.
"Child support release party on Friday the 13th, the Club of Lust 1:00 AM Happy Hour drinks in me. Tom petty is alive !!! Ladies and without children, Free admission Ladies who do not collect child support, Free of charge," the legend of the reading.
Child support to the launch party on Friday 13th, the Club of Lust 1:00 AM Happy Hour drinks in me. Tom petty is alive !!! Ladies and without children, Free admission 😆 Ladies who do not collect child support, Free entry😆
A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Oct 10, 2017 at 7:27pm PDT
The rapper from Queens, the post quickly attracted an avalanche of positive and negative reactions of the followers.
50 the eldest son, Marquise Jackson, the rapper is already not paying child support, issued this response to his father of the false party: "Damn, only if his new TV show was this funny."
#50cents son #Marquise didn't find his post funny 😩🌚