‘Like father like son’: 50 Cent’s Pic with His Son Sire Jackson Gets Attention

Over 200,000 people gravitated toward the image and insinuated that the young star was a spitting image of his father.

Along with his seven-year-old son Sire Jackson, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson spent some quality time together on the morning of Monday, June 1.

A photo on Instagram was posted by the 44-year-old rapper that showed him giving his son a shoulder ride. Fans to swoon over their relationship as the father-son duo seemed to be enjoying their time together.

50 Cent sported a black shirt that was embellished with a photo of rapper Pop Smoke. The 20-year-old was killed in his home in Hollywood Hills on Feb. 19. With a serious expression, the former G-Unit artist struck his pose by throwing up a gun-like hand gesture. His son Sire donned a red shirt and leaned his chin against his father’s head in the shot.

The “In Da Club” artist hinted in his caption that he and his son shared similar personalities. “Big 50, Little 50 you know the Vibes.🤨 SireSpirits get the app,” he wrote.

Over 200,000 people gravitated toward the image and insinuated that the young star was a spitting image of his father.

“So who’s the real 50 🧐.”

“He is a cutie pie looks like u handsome🤩🤩🤩.”

“Awwwwwww great way to start a morning. He is adorable… u need a daughter @50cent.”

“Like father like son.”

“Damn look alike😂.”

“The next generation👊🏽.”

“A Lil 🐐 in the Making! @50cent.”

“You guys are the same 😊 so cute.”

50 Cent’s former girlfriend Daphne Joy is the mother to Sire. While 50 Cent and his young son appear to have an unbreakable bond, the television executive’s relationship with his 23-year-old son Marquise Jackson is anything but sweet. The New York native revealed to XXL magazine reporter Van Lathan in an Instagram Live chat that dates back to May 5 that Marquise didn’t want to have a relationship with him. “I’ve gone places where he was at [and] he left,” 50 Cent said.

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