Marquise Jackson Has Choice Words After 50 Cent Claimed He Would Choose Tekashi 6ix9ine Over His Own Son

The unfortunate tension between Fif and his 22-year-old first-born son hasn’t eased up in 2020.

Many have tried (and failed) to beat Instagram’s incontestable king of trolling 50 Cent, especially at his own petty games on social media. But the 44-year-old may have met his match with his first-born son, Marquise Jackson, who has publicly gone verbal blow-for-blow with Fif in their estranged relationship.

  • The latest chapter of the G-Unit honcho’s neverending saga with his 22-year-old son unfolded on Tuesday (April 7). During an Instagram livestream with a few thousands of his fans,  the hip-hop mogul was asked if he heard from his “son,” Tekashi 6ix9ine, since he was released early from prison recently.  “Nah, I ain’t heard from 69. He’s his mother’s child now. He told on everybody,” he remarked before throwing in a jab at Marquise. “He better than Marquise, though. I’ll take him before I take my actual biological son,” Fifty claimed, laughing. “F**k that n***a.”

  • Now, Marquise has responded with his own take on the situation. Before delving into his thoughts, Marquise replayed the video snippet. “Did he just say he [would] claim a rat?” Marquise exclaimed in disbelief. “Aw naw! I don’t want any parts of that cheese. I don’t know what y’all go going on over there. That’s some other s**t,” he continued. To add further insult to injury, he declared the whole thing was “stupid,” in Tekashi’s trademark style. 

  • Regrettably, it doesn’t appear that Fif and Marquise are on a path toreconciliation in 2020 just yet.

    See Marquise’s response below:


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