Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson recently gave a breakdown of his child support for his son Marquise Jackson, on “The Breakfast Club,” after Marquise publicly complained that $6,700 a month wasn’t enough.
During his interview, Charlamagne asked the “In Da Club” rapper-turned-entertainment mogul if there was a possibility of him having a sit down with his 26-year-old estranged son.
50 immediately responded:
No, he doesn’t!
See, Charlamagne you would call me. You don’t call TMZ and say you want to sit down. Think about it man.
You know he wants some attention, and it’s okay he can have as much of that as he wants.
He’s been trained to believe what you seen him say in that interview, that what he was saying, he’s been trained to believe that for a long time, bro!
You don’t just wake up and say ‘Oh well I don’t believe what I’ve been believing forever.’
You know what I mean, when I said that he’s entitled, really it’s his mom’s entitlement, but it’s been filtered.
I told you I was giving her half a million dollars a year.
They go through the paperwork they see a half a million dollars a year at that point she still was expecting more.
This is why I took her to child support.
You don’t usually sign up for child support.
Like, I took myself to child support because she wasn’t understanding that I’m already giving you more than you’re supposed to get.
Then when it turns into the $6,700 that’s not enough, and it’s never going to be enough.
But remember me constantly coming to you, and talking to you about she don’t want to work she needs to get a job.
She didn’t hear me!
Watch the clip below.
Watch the full “Breakfast Club” interview below.
Sadly, Curtis doesn’t appear to be open to a reconciliation with his firstborn son, Marquise, but he publicly urged Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey to apologize to Mo’Nique and mend their broken relationships with her.
I guess money and business come before family.