Marquise Jackson, the son of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, was recently on a live stream debating with artist, producer, and videographer Choke No Joke about $6700 a month in child support not being enough to live off of in New York City.
It’s $6,700 a month… Listen to, listen to what I’m saying to you… It’s 6700 a month, right?
$6,700 a month in the state of New York City, you do the math.
You’re talking about a Forbes lister, you’re talking about somebody who has problems with everybody, you can’t just live in any neighborhood, 81k is not a substantial amount of money.
I’ve done the math. I’ve been in child support before, brother. I went to jail for it.
Hold on!.. Okay, and If he’s contributing $6,700, that means your moms got the other half.
It ain’t just for him to f***ing take care of you, she got to take care of you $700… where is her $6,700 to go with his?
Now y’all got $12, $1,300 thousand … $13,000 a month!…
At one point in the conversation, Marquis asked Choke if he could rebuild his life right now with $6,700 a month, and Choke said he could, with two kids.
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During an appearance on “The Breakfast Club,” 50 Cent said that his eldest son feels “entitled” and that he inherited the entitlement from his mother Shaniqua Tompkins.
Marquise’s estranged father went on to say that he has given Shaniqua half a million dollars a year for his son and “she was still expecting more.”
50 added, “Then when it turns into the $6,700 that’s not enough, and it’s never going to be enough.”
Marquise Jackson will be 25 years old on October 13.