A few days ago, 50 Cent shocked the world when he remarked that his eldest son, Marquis Jackson, could get “hit by a bus” and he wouldn’t mind.
Fif’s comments came after his firstborn child was photographed with Kyle McGriff, the eldest son of Fif’s longtime enemy Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.
Today, the younger McGriff took to social media to roast the “In Da Club” rapper with his own lyrics.
In an Instagram video post, Kyle — an aspiring rapper himself — can be seen brushing his teeth to the Get Rich or Die Tryin’ album cut, “Many Men” – notably on the opening that revisits his infamous shooting.
Kyle captioned the video “my favorite song foreal” followed by a winking face emoji.
While Kyle was more subtle than direct, it’s interesting to note both the song choice (which is about a man who’s targeted for death) and the fact that Marquis’ mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, used that same song in response to her son’s father’s cruel comments.
For his part, Marquis Jackson has yet to respond to 50 Cent’s comments, at least publicly.