50 Cent’s youngest son Sire is adorable, and he knows it. Especially if he reads all of the comments about him from his dad’s fans in the comments whenever he is posted.
Usually, the “Power” showrunner floods his Instagram profile with promotions for his upcoming televisions series or a celebration of another flavor from his spirits company, but occasionally he posts pictures that let the world see a more tender side of the former Jamaica, Queens drug dealer.
On Saturday morning, the “Get Rich or Die Trying” rapper posted a picture of the 9-year-old, standing almost to the 5-foot-11 chart topper’s chest and showcasing freshly done cornrows.
He captioned the post, “I told SIRE I’m working on making this Tv show, he said cool i can do that. 👀I said yeah already, you can do that? he said yeah it’s not that hard all you gotta do is set up the cameras. 🎥 LOL @bransoncognac @lecheminduroi.”
Rapper Hood Celebrity commented, “My boy sire getting so big.”
A couple of the fans commented what a big boy he is becoming, jocking his new hairstyle.
Another fan wrote, “His braids.”
Others had a conversation about him getting older and him being a “lil baby goat.”
Most of the comments were in full support of Sire aiming for his dad’s spot, championing his confidence and fearlessness.
Joseph Sikora, who plays Tommy Egan in 50’s “Power” franchise, simply posted hallelujah hands. Actor Wood Harris called it like he saw it as a family friend and member of the BMF series, “My nephew. He know.”
Sire’s mother is Daphne Joy, one of the “In Da Club” rapper’s ex-girlfriends.
50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, has an older son named Marquise Jackson, raised by his first live-in love Shaniqua Tompkins, a woman that was there with him at the beginning of his career — caring for him after he was infamously shot up.
50 is no longer in a relationship with Marquise or his mother.
He said in 2020 that the situation is sad and based on the two of them feeling entitled to his wealth and joy.
“It’s a sad situation, right, and when you pray for success, you don’t necessarily pray for the things that come with it, all right,” he stated in an interview with Van Lathan for Complex. “And it’s no such thing as success without jealousy, without envy or entitlement. Entitlement is growing in someone you love, is the scariest part, all right. His mom developed an entitlement that cannot be met, filtering that energy through his actual personal interests.”
He continued, “I didn’t think success would cost me my firstborn, but this [is] the situation. My grandfather would say ‘If it rattle like a snake, slither like a snake, is it a snake or do you need to be bit?’” the rapper said. “What he’s saying is every time you see the boy, he shows up with somebody you got a problem with. What does that tell you?”
His relationship with Sire is intact. however. While he hasn’t posted to his 89.6K followers, the kid’s verified account clearly shows how much his dad loves him.
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