50 Cent’s Eldest Son Says $6,700 A Month Is Insufficient To Support A Life In New York City
50 Cent stopped paying child support to his eldest son, Marquise Jackson, in 2017. But the 25-year-old hasn’t stopped talking about his financial situation with his estranged father.
The younger Jackson recently participated in an Instagram Live session with former rapper Choke No Joke, where they talked about the awful effects that child support disputes can have on families.
The eldest Fif revealed to his co-host that, in his opinion, the $6,700 monthly salary he received from his well-known father wasn’t nearly enough to live comfortably in New York City. “You’re talking about a Forbes lister, you’re talking about someone that has problems with everybody, you can’t just live in any neighbourhood,” Marquise explained, sharing his side of the story.
“$81,000 is not a substantial amount of money,” he added. “You can’t just live anywhere. You talking about you got beef with everybody in the industry, you can’t just live anywhere.”
Choke responded by saying that if his father is paying him $6,700, then his mother Shaniqua Tompkins must be receiving the other half, making his monthly child support payment equal to about $13,500. Jackson’s mother ought to be in charge of looking after him, he added, but Marquise persisted in advancing his earlier position.
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