50 Cent’s eldest son Marquise Jackson has offered his dad $6,700 (£6,038.81) for a day of his time, after recently criticising the rapper for the amount of child support he paid his mum Shaniqua Tompkins. 25-year-old Marquise has been caught up in an online feud with his estranged father recently. He has claimed the $6,700 50 Cent paid Shaniqua in monthly child support was inadequate.
Marquise has now taken to Instagram to ask his dad to spend time with him so they can do the things he missed out on as a child. He posted a picture of himself sat next to the phrase ‘Entitled’, which had been spelled out in bank notes, a spook of a picture 50 Cent previously posted spelling out the phrase ‘Broke’ in hundred dollar bills.
Captioning the post, Marquise wrote: “Since y’all think $6,700 is sooo much money someone tell my pops I will pay him $6,700 for just 24hr of his time so we can do everything I ever wanted to do with him as a kid. “Red Yellow Green whatever color he like.” Earlier this month, Marquise took part in an Instagram Live with Choke No Joke and said the child support fee was insufficient given cost-of-living expenses in New York City. He said: “$6,700 a month in New York City, you do the math.
“You’re talking about a Forbes lister – you’re talking about someone that has problems with everybody – you can’t just live in any neighbourhood. “$81k (£73,000) is not a substantial amount of money. You can’t just live anywhere.” In the video, Marquise asked Choke: “If I told you right now you gotta start your life over right now with $6,700 a month and rebuild your life can you do it,” to which Choke said he could.
Marquise retaliated: “Choke you gotta stop comparing it, you comparing it to yourself, bro, you’re comparing it to your standard of lifestyle. “You can’t do that. I know what it feels like to have nothing, alright. I had to rebuild my life over with $6,700 a month. $81,000 a year.” 50 Cent has previously said that success “cost me my first born” during an Instagram Live with Van Lathan. He said: “I didn’t think that success would cost me my first-born, but it’s the situation it is.
“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?’. What he keeps saying is, every time you see the boy he show up with somebody you got a problem with. What does that tell you?”