Though he has not been in contact with the ‘FEFE’ rapper since his early prison release, the ‘Power’ co-creator says the New York artist is ‘better than’ his estranged eldest son.
AceShowbiz –50 Cent apparently has not opened the door to forgiveness for his son Marquise. The rapper/actor, who has been estranged from his eldest child for years, has said on Instagram Live that he would pick Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine over his biological son.
50, who previously called 6ix9ine his “son,” cut ties with the convicted rapper after the latter snitched on his former fellow gang members for a reduced sentence. Now that the “FEFE” hitmaker has been released from prison to home confinement, the 44-year-old told his fans that he has not been in contact with 6ix9ine.
“No, I ain’t heard from him. He’s his mother’s child now. He told on everybody,” he said of the New York artist. He then added, “He better than Marquise, though. I’ll take him before I take my actual biological son.” Bursting into laughter, the 44-year-old slammed his biological son, “F**k that n***a.”
It didn’t take long for Marquise to catch wind of Fiddy’s diss at him. Hitting back at his father, the 24-year-old asked in disbelief, “Did he just say he would claim a rat?” He then acted tough as saying, “Aww nah, I want no part to that cheese. I don’t know what y’all got going on over there. That’s some other s**t,” before calling his father “Stupid!”
Marquise had in the past released a song in which he addressed his relationship with his estranged father. Called “Different”, his debut single includes lyrics which read, “Lost my pops, he’s still alive.”
He also slammed the “Power” star/co-creator in a 2017 interview with Rap-Up. “Growing up, my dad was my superhero,” he shared. “It was like having a father who was Superman, more or less.” He went on claiming, “But then, as I got older, you start realizing things or you start seeing certain patterns and it takes an effect on your relationship with people. That’s what happened with me and my father.”
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