50 Cent’s son drops 50 Cent diss track on 14th anniversary of “Get Rich Or Die Tryin”


“Lost my pops, he’s still alive,” raps 50 Cent son, Marquise Jackson, on newly dropped daddy diss single “Different” featured on forthcoming mixtape, Escape.



On the heels of revealing to the world that that Fif has him BLOCKEDDD on Instagram, the 20-year-old aspiring emcee has released a track on which he discusses the super estranged relationship he shares with his ultra petty “Patiently Waiting,” rhyming papa.


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“That’s the first song that I ever, ever made,” Marquise said of his project–which was intentionally released on the 14th anniversary of the G-Unit honcho’s certified 6x platinum debut studio album Get Rich Or Die Trying–while chopping it up with RapUp. “[It’s] my first complete song with a hook and verses and everything. It was more or less me just venting, me getting a lot of frustrations, a lot of feelings out. People say they can hear the hunger inside the track and that’s what I was feeling at the moment.”
Marquise–who only tapped into his inherited spitting skills little less than a year ago– made it clear that because of their longstanding beef, stemming from 50’s messy relationship with his mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, he and the “Many Men” mastermind have severed all ties with one another..


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“It completely went south when I was probably like 10 or 11,” the kid spilled. “He wasn’t really around enough. It kind of dwindled down as time went on and certain events happened. For me, I just started feeling differently about him because growing up, my dad was my superhero. He’s on television, he does this, he does this, he would take me to school. It was like having a father who’s Superman, more or less.”

He continued, “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. He’s still alive but I can’t tell you our last conversation or the last time we even had a dialogue.”

After revealing that Fiddy has NEVER heard any of his music as its only been shared with “family members and close friends,” Marquise explained that the title of his upcoming mixtape was inspired by his desperate attempt to completely detach himself from his absentee father’s fame…

“The title of my upcoming mixtape is Escape. I’m really trying to escape from his shadow,” he maintained. “When people see me, they automatically think of my father. I never want it to feel like I’m filling somebody’s shoes or I’m not my own person rapping. I just felt like it was only right that I did it on the anniversary of Get Rich or Die Tryin’ to show that this is not him behind this: this is me, this is what I’m doing. This is for me. I’m my own man. I’m not trying to follow anybody else’s legacy. I’m trying to create my own.



By : Asia Grace

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