50 Cent Curses Son Via Text Message

50 Cent Curses Son

I understand parents get up set and may release anger on the children inappropriately at times.  But when is enough..enough? Below is the messages 50 cent curses out his son via text message and the young boy is only 16 years old.  Please Read with caution:


50 Cent: Hey I’m outside the house at the front door.

50 Cent: I came to the front door then lights went off. What’s up?

Marquise: U lying u outside?

Marquise: Lol.

Marquise: Lol u fronting.

50 Cent: I saw you looking out the window good luck in life. Your gonna need it.

Marquise: Lol u fronting hard body now, how u going to see me when I’m in the basement lmao

50 Cent: F*ck you

50 Cent: You are your mother child

Marquise: Lol why would u lie about that lol

50 Cent: I need a blood test cause that d*ck sucking b*tch you call mom was f*cking the hole time

50 Cent: I don’t think your funny at all. I drove out here for nothing.

Marquise: Pops ur trippen now, why u won’t been get one u had 16 years lol, I know u lying bc u didt even call me too go outside

50 Cent: Are you f*cking crazy I don’t have time to play boy. I told you I would come see you. I came motherf*cker start turning lights out and looking threw the blinds.

50 Cent: Are you f*cking stupid. You had me drive over there why do you think I needed a address sh*t head. I saw the lights go out then some one playing in the blinds and there no party going on. F*ck you to

50 Cent: You your mother and your sister f*ck all of yal.

Marquise: I might dumb, come thru then, no need to get upset

Marquise: Stop by and say hello too ur son

50 Cent: What the f*ck are you taking about I’m not f*cking with you after this I leave Atlanta in the morning.

Marquise: So come thru then

50 Cent: F*ck you

Marquise: No need for all that

50 Cent: You are bigger enough to know better so f*ck you stop texting me

Marquise: Ight

50 Cent: Tell your mother she won. She has you and ill make another. I will have nothing to do with you. Don’t text me ever again.

Marquise: U keep texting me lol

50 Cent: It’s cool I will never go out of my way again. You disrespectful little mother f*cker.

Marquise: Lol u never do I don’t know not that doesn’t even call there son for his birthday

Marquise: Or get him a gift for his b-day or for Christmas.

50 Cent: You are your mothers son. I don’t have a son anymore.

50 Cent: F*ck you all you want is a gift. Like your mother and your ungrateful sister.

50 Cent: Delete my number.

50 Cent: You never call what the f*ck I’m suppose to call you to give you something sorry

Marquise: Welp if u feel that way, I don’t about no gift it’s the thought that means the most, remember this money ain’t everything

Marquise: I’m tired of calling u, why don’t call me and please can’t wait to hear this excuse

50 Cent: Good luck with you life man. I tried to come talk to you. You din’t have to have me come all the way out there if you don’t to see me you little ass hole.

50 Cent: I don’t have to make a excuse for anything. I’m a grown *ss man boy. You talking about money ain’t everything. Your right but when you don’t have any your gonna understand why I work so hard. I’m done texting you delete my number.

Marquise: Thank u, and u know dang well u ain’t come out here too see, but if that’s what u want to stick then I’m sorry, and I know why u work hard, ok, god bless

50 Cent: Are you f*cking stupid.


As an African-American Psychiatrist, I am disturbed by the number of African-American children who have absolutely no relationship with their father. What is even more startling is the number of mothers in absentia.  Lack of primary parental relationships is certainly a set-up for a life full of depression and woes.  In many African-American communities, there are a growing number of grandmothers who have the primary task of raising their grandchildren. It is a sad realization that they are charged with the primary responsibility of raising their young grandsons and granddaughters, but the fact that many of them are far past their child rearing season makes the problem even more disheartning. Their “golden years” are being stolen and they are often completely out of the loop of the things that are currently “raising our children”.  The “boob tube” has been replaced by YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and the like.  It is highly unlikely that technology is grandma’s bag, so Jimmy is acting a fool on the internet in almost total anonymity. It takes a lot of patience to raise small children and even more strength to manage a hormone driven teenager.

Observation: Generation X seems to be the main culprit in the current phenomena of “fathers in absentia.”

When you ask many of the grandparents,” Why are you still here?” Their answer usually reflects a fear of the less friendly alternative- foster care. It is no secret that foster care can be a double-edged sword. (i.e. physical, sexual and emotional abuse in many cases.)  Many of the graduates from foster homes later present in mental health with depression and relationships issues.  This is because of some of the activities that occurred, while these children were in some foster homes, are yet unmentionable.  Please know that I am not making a judgment call on all Foster Homes, but many of them are really awful. Just ask any of your personal friends about their foster home experiences. Better yet, rent the movie Antwon Fisher and then let’s talk.


For all intended purposes, and since this is Father’s Day’s month, I am going to focus my brief discussion on the Missing Fathers. First let’s put three observations on the table:

  1. It is more likely for an African-American male child to go to jail by age 18, than complete high school.(66%)
  2. The overall graduation rate for African-American males in America is about 42%.
  3. African-Americans make-up 13.4 % of the general population, but 50% of the male population in America’s Jails.
  4. African-American juvenile age males make-up 40% of the total juvenile justice population.

Where are our fathers? Where is the strength and wisdom that is needed to transition our communities back into the safe havens they once where? Can we halt these growing and starling statistics? Or should we just throw our hands up in despair and give-up?

It is becoming increasingly more important for the male black role –model to be in place. Our children are not surviving and are swiftly becoming the casualties of racism and unemployment. Where are our fathers, in jail or plunged into oblivion? This question sounds rhetorical but we (THE BLACK RACE) are a moving target for continued failure and no one seemingly has any answers, just yet…..


Are you willing to be a surrogate father and help us in the battle against oppression, racism and poverty? First check-out your own mental status and then let us know your answer.


Do you think that the absence of a father, while growing-up, can lead to adult depression? Let me hear your views…


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