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50 Cent’s Son: My Dad Never Showed Up To My Graduation

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50 Cent’s son, Marquise Jackson is not happy with his rapper father. In an emotional Facebook message posted on Sunday, Marquise points out that his father did not show up for his graduation.

“Yea I broke down. I was really excited to see my pops at my graduation but he never showed up smh. My sister and mama is always there for me just know that you wasn’t. I did it without you,” he wrote on the social media website, including a photo of himself hugging his mother.

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But according to 50, he wasn’t invited to the graduation … That’s why he didn’t show up. A source close to the 38-year-old tells TMZ that the rapper was “intentionally blocked from attending by his son’s mother” and that he was “hurt” by Marquise’s FB post. The source tells the news outlet that Fiddy didn’t even know where or when the ceremony was taking place.

In July 2013, the rapper came under fire for allegedly verbally abusing a then 16-year-old Marquise via text. According to the leaked messages that were exchanged in early 2013, 50 slammed his son’s mother, Shaniqua Tompkins.

“I don’t have a son,” one text read. “Tell your mother she won. She has you and I’ll make another. I will have nothing to do with you. Don’t text me ever again,” 50 also wrote.

“I need a blood test cause that d*ck sucking b*tch you call mom was f*cking the whole time.”

Curtis Jackson, the rapper’s legal name later responded to the leaked conversation, writing on Twitter:

“That was his mother texting me as him. She sold that to a web site. She hate me for Winning, it’s hard to replace,” the rapper wrote.

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‘Justice League’ Star Ray Fisher: Playing Cyborg Is Art Imitating Life!

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Ray Fisher has put in quite the grind in Hollywood … but now it’s paying off!

The Justice League star takes on the role of Cyborg, the half-man, half-robot superhero, and crushes it. But playing the epic role was more than a dream come true, it was art imitating life. In our interview with the soon-to-be A-lister, Fisher describes how his upbringing mirrors Cyborg’s in certain ways.

Check it out below! Oh, and check out Justice League in theaters now.

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