When 50 Cent is not trolling people on social media; he is busy being a father to his youngest child, Sire.
The rapper and actor recently did an interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where he had a conversation about how he handled the protests, the Black Lives Matter movement, and having a young black son.
Kelly said she had an awkward talk with her children, and 50 Cent explained how he handled it with Sire.
50 said: “I’m blessed with him only being seven. So, it’s like, I have to explain to him why the protests but not with the depth that would allow him to say – to put me in those awkward situations.”
The rapper added: “It’s also they’re delicate. I always look at him and say I don’t want to over-exert these things to him and jade his perspective at the same time.”
One fan had this reaction: “What a handsome fellow. He looks just like his mom!”
Another commenter stated: “He has your side-eye in the first pic 😂. Nooo you brainwashed your own son w this BLM bullsh8t.”
While promoting his new book titled Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter, 50, was asked about his strained relationship with his older son, Marquise Jackson.
He claimed: “It is sad; it’s a sad situation. When you pray for success, you don’t necessarily pray for the things that come with it. It’s no such thing as success without jealousy without envy or entitlement, I paid over $1 million in child support, and Marquise had everything I didn’t have.”
50 said he used to love his son and added: “I didn’t think that success would cost me my firstborn, but it’s the situation it is. Like, my grandfather used to say, ‘If it rattles like a snake and slithers like a snake, is it a snake or do you need to be bit?'”
50 shocked many recently by picking Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine over his own child.
The MC said: “Nah, I ain’t heard from 6ix9ine. He’s his mother’s child now. He told on everybody. He is better than Marquise, though. I’ll take him before I take my actual biological son. F*ck that n***a.”
Some are still hoping that the businessman will be the bigger person in the situation and fix things with his child.