50 Cent says he "wouldn't have a bad day" if his son got hit by a bus 1 year ago

50 Cent says he "wouldn't have a bad day" if his son got hit by a bus

The relationship between 50 and his first son continues to make headlines

50 Cent and his first son Marquise Jackson just can't seem to get along.

On Thursday, the G-Unit rapper posted a pretty harsh comment on an Instagram post that saw his 21-year-old son pose with the son of 50's rival, Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff.

The comment read: "If both these little n***as got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day."

The photo was first posted on Instagram by Kyle McGriff but was later re-shared by a fan account, where 50 made the controversial comment.


50 and Marquise have been at odds ever since Marquise's mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, sued her son's father back in 2008. The suit was dismissed in 2009.

After many criticised the Power star for saying such a horrifying thing about his son, 50 responded to the backlash on his Twitter account:

"I have zero ill will towards anyone living on this earth. The people Shanquois son looks up to and associates with is a reflection of the negative energy he embraces towards me. I paid his mother $1,360,000 in support to afford him opportunities I never had."

Those unfamiliar with why Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff is a longtime rival of 50 Cent, he's an associate of Irv Gotti, who founded Murder Inc. Records, the same label that housed 50 Cent's infamous nemesis Ja Rule.

McGriff, who is currently serving a life sentence for murder, conspiracy and drug trafficking, has been accused of being involved in the death of Jam Master Jay, the death of 50's mother's, and he's also accused of plotting to murder 50 Cent himself in the infamous attempt on his life that resulted in him being shot nine times.