When he was a kid, 50 Cent’s wealthy father paid his mom only $6,700 a month in child support. His 25-year-old son Marquise Jackson says he couldn’t live on that much money.

Marquise is the rap mogul’s son with Shaniqua Tompkins, who used to be his girlfriend.

In 2009, Tompkins sued Fiddy for $50 million, saying that she was used to having a very luxurious life. But her case was later thrown out by a judge.

He doesn’t like how his dad only gave his mom $6,700 a month when he was a kid. Now that Marquise is an adult and lives on his own, he takes it out on his dad.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JULY 15: Mekai Curtis and 50 Cent attend ‘Power Book III: Raising Kanan’ global premiere event and screening at Hammerstein Ballroom on July 15, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for STARZ)50 Cent

In an interview with Choke No Joke, a YouTuber, Marquise said that he and his mom should be able to live like his multimillionaire father.

He didn’t have to worry about anything because he was close with his father. Their relationship is tense now, though, and they sometimes attack each other on social media.

He said that $6,700 a month wasn’t enough to buy him sports socks when he was a kid.

Marquise Jackson at Child Magazine Fall 2006 (Photo by Carlo Buscemi/WireImage)

Malquise said, “I should not lack anything.” “I don’t mean I want a Lamborghini. I wanted at least socks at the time. It costs $12 for basketball socks. “I shouldn’t be short on anything,” he asked Choke.

Choke was told by Marquise not to compare their lives because they are different.

NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 10: Marquise Jackson attends WE tv’s “Growing Up Hip Hop” premiere party at Haus on December 10, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Pont/WireImage)

“Brother, you need to stop comparing it to yourself. “That’s not possible,” he told her. According to Marquise, someone set fire to a house so they wouldn’t have to pay the mortgage on it. He remembered running out of the burning house.

“Boss, I jumped out of a house that was on fire.” I did not have anything. I understand how it feels to have nothing going right. With only $6,700 a month, I had to start over with my life.

Choke told Marquise, “I know you think that’s not a lot of money, but so do a lot of people here right now—girls who get $200 a month in child support.”

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