Report: 50 Cent Goes on Text Message Rant Against Teenage Son

G-Unit honcho allegedly disowns child.

It seems things are not looking good with 50 Cent's personal relationships. Days after he was accused of domestic violence for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Radar Online posted a series of text messages that reportedly show the 38-year-old rap mogul, born Curtis Jackson III, verbally attacking his 16-year-old son, calling the teen "f---ing stupid," a "s---head" and a "motherf---er," among other colorful expletives.

Apparently, 50 was outside of the house where his son resides attempting to visit, but was rejected entry. At one point in the messages, coming in from a contact saved as "Pops New," 50 threatens to disown his son, writing "f--- you stop texting me," "delete my number" and "I don't have a son anymore." He also demands proof of paternity, writing "I need a blood test cause that d--k sucking b---h you call mom was f---ing the hole [sic] time."
The alleged berating took place in January and went on for about an hour, with his son somtimes firing back with crying emoticons and an accusation that 50 never called or sent a gift for his birthday or for Christmas. "F--- you all you want is a gift," Fif responded. "Like your mother and your ungrateful sister."
"Well if you feel that way, I don't care about no gifts it's the thought that means the most," wrote his son. "Remember this money ain't everything."

As of press time, a rep for 50 did not respond to's request for comment. is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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