Apparently, there are no positive vibes.

50 Cent recently told the world that he would care less if his son, Marquise Jackson, was hit by a bus.

Fif’s baby mother, Shaniqua Tompkins, took to IG to respond to test the “not so gangster rapper.” She concluded with, “Alexa, play ‘Many Men.'” In the picture, Marquise was posted with Supreme Griff’s son, Kyle McGriff. The beef between the Get Rich Or Die Tryin rapper and Supreme McGriff goes far back.

Although the younger Jackson has not responded to his dad yet, Kyle struck back using 50’s own music. While brushing his teeth, Kyle is seen bumping “Many Men.”

He is quite intentional on which part of the lyrics he chooses. In the initial part of the video, McGriff lets the intro lyrics play out, before singing the verse.

“I’m the diamond in the dirt that aint been found. I’m the underground king and I ain’t been crowned.”

Although it was quite subtle, the youngest Mcgriff was trolling 50, siding with his baby mom’s Alexa request. It seems like Fif isn’t the only one with a troll or two up his sleeve.


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My favorite song foreal 😉

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