The Game Shades 50 Cent and His Relationship with His Estranged Son in the Song “This Is So Unnecessary”

The Game is back to mocking Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, his adversary and former employer. Since the Compton rapper was let go from 50’s company, G-Unit Records, in 2005, the two have been at loggerheads. Although they had previously traded insults on social media, fans now think that things had taken a turn for the worse.

The Game posted a throwback picture of 50 with his older kid, Marquise Jackson, hitting shots on Tuesday, October 18. He posted, “Like father like… wait, wrong photo,” to Instagram. BRB.”

In a subsequent article, the Los Angeles native compared their father-son bond to his bond with his eldest son, Harlem.
Ahh, that’s better. My kid @harlemtaylor, I love you. The Game added a caption to a picture of Harlem and himself. Suge Knight’s criticism of Diddy at The Source Awards in 1997 served as inspiration for the remainder of the caption.

Come to DEATHROW, he said, “if you don’t want your dad picking winners, sending you out in the cold, and feeding you crumbs every month.”
The Game’s most recent attack on Fif, who has a younger son with model Daphne Joy, left fans in the comments section equally perplexed. For commenting on the music mogul’s son, some referred to him as “corny,” while others charged that he was using clout to sell his most recent album, “Drillmatic.” Others mentioned his prior work with the renowned Dr. Dre, who produced his debut album, “The Documentary,” at the same time.
You weren’t even required to jump in that.

Where did this even come from? This is so unnecessary.

“You’re just posting this to trash on fif, hahaha,” someone said. Game, you’re better than this blood, come on!

I know I’ll rock the game with your family, but let’s exclude these youngsters. Don’t let your son see you playing their games; set an example instead.

“He can’t live on 50,” Dre made fun of FIF, who was forced to compose all the hooks. He can only hope that 50 responds. SMH, and the record was a failure. Never heard anything about any of those records. I suppose we’re back at 50. to protect him.”

What made The Game wake up and decide to use violence is unknown. However, his comments come in response to widely circulated accusations that the mother of Jackson’s son only received $6,700 in child support each month.

Marquise said during a chat on Instagram Live that the sum was insufficient to support the way of life his father introduced himself and his mother, Shanique Tompkins, to. You can’t just live in any area, the New York native remarked last month. “You’re talking about a Forbes lister, you’re talking about someone who has difficulties with everyone.”

Later on, Marquise acknowledged that he desired to mend fences with 50. He offered to pay a month’s worth of child support in exchange for a day with his father.

After earning his first Emmy for the memorable Super Bowl halftime show with Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Dr. Dre in September, 50 started making fun of The Game. He continued by bringing up Game’s “Drillmatic” album’s dismal sales.
He tweeted the trophy emoji along with the words “Oh no, i’m sorry you don’t get one.” “The first week will cost 18k, and I’m available if you need to discuss. LOL.”

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