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December 03, 2018

50 Cent heats up talk after saying he 'wouldn't have a bad day' if son Marquise got hit by a bus

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A photo that 50 Cent's son posted on Instagram sparked outrage on the side of the rapper, going so far as to say that he "wouldn't have a bad day" if his son Marquise got hit by a bus. 

While Marquise and 50 Cent really haven't had a good relationship in years, things got a little bit worse when the rapper made a comment about how he wouldn't even be saddened if ever his son met an accident. This harsh comment came after Marquise posted a photo of himself hanging out with the son of his rival, Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff. 

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Clearly angered by what seemed to be a direct blow at him by his teenage son, 50 decided to comment on a photo that he saw of the two young men. 

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"If both these little [expletive] got hit by a bus, I wouldn't have a bad day."

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Although the photo was first shared by Kyle McGriff himself, it was reposted by a fan account. That's when the rapper got a hold of a picture and shared a comment about his 21-year-old son with Kyle. 

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However, after he got a ton of hate after posting the comment about not caring about his son, he made things clear on his Twitter. In the rant spree, he referred to Marquise as "Shanquois'" son, and not his. 

"I paid his mother $1,360,000 in support to afford him opportunities I never had."

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Although the rapper said that he didn't wish ill on anyone and that he even provided him with a million dollars, he embraces the fact that his son has never wanted to have anything to do with him.

In fact, Marquise has even publicly called his father out for being childish when he tried to degrade his baby mama, and their son came to her rescue.

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It was during this feud that the 21-year-old made it clear that he had zero respect or tolerance for his father, and that no matter what happens, he will always protect his mother at all costs. 

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