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50 Cent’s Biological Son Claps Back At Tekashi 6ix9ine!

Tekashi 6ix9ine trolling when it comes to his “father” Fif, is not sitting well with 50 Cent’s biological son Marquise Jackson, and he has a message for 6ix9ine!

At one point 50 Cent “endorsed” the Brooklyn rapper by posing with him on social media, releasing a music video, and calling 69 his son. Tekashi becoming 50 Cent’s “son” stemmed from advice that 50 would give the young rapper.

Tekashi would go on to take the advice, and whenever a situation would occur, 69 reflected on what 50 had said. Wondering how would 50 handle the situation at hand before making his decision.


50 Cent has remained firm on his belief that Tekashi will be successful when he was finally released from prison. 50 also appears to be working on a Tekashi documentary as he teased the possibility during an interview with Angie Martinez back in February of 2020.

“I already started, they already working on it, so I’d get with him,” says 50. “This is Hip Hop culture we’re documenting. This is a big change, and the climate of things. Somebody has to cover it.”

With that being said, 50 Cent has made something else very clear. Although he understand why Tekashi “snitched”, Fif said he will not be working with 6ix9ine in any musical capacity.

During an appearance on Big Boy’s Quarantine Couch Interview, 50 gave his reasoning why saying, “I wouldn’t work with him. What it is, is it’s just against the way I grew up.”

Tekashi quickly responded back via social media with, “Won’t be the first time 50 abandons his son… lemme just mind my business.”

Things might be getting personal, as 50 Cent’s son Marquise Jackson gave his thoughts on the matter. In a clip shared by Akadmiks, Marquise is heard listening to Pop Smoke and Lil TJay’s ‘Mannequin‘, when he pauses the song for a second and sends a brief message to 6ix9ine. “I don’t give a f—what a rat say.”

Unfortunately for 6ix9ine, it is in his best interest not to response back as it can violate his promotion and home confinement agreement.


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