When your dad is 50 Cent, of course, you can get whatever you want!
On Saturday 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson shutdown a Toy ‘R’ Us store in the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey, to treat his 7-year-old son Sire to some early Christmas presents.
In an Instagram post for Sire ran by his mother Daphne Joy says, “When I asked my Dad for the ‘WHOLE Toys R Us Store’ for Christmas I didn’t think he would actually do it, but he did Thank you, Daddy! Best Christmas Ever!
In a second post, Joy captured the pair entering the toy store while a camera crew followed them inside. “Did this just happen? #ToysRUs #BestChristmas.”
In footage shared to 50 Cent’s Instagram page, we see the father and son in the car when being recorded by a film crew when Sire asks, “Why’re there people filming us?”
When they entered the store, 50 Cent, told his son he can buy whatever he wants to. “All of it’s yours really so you might as well pick out whatever you want, right?”
The video showed Sire happily going through the store playing with and picking out anything his heart desired. One of the gifts included a Geoffrey the Giraffe.
Getting great gifts isn’t unusual for the 7-year-old
When Sire turned 7 earlier this year, 50 Cent gifted him with a classic nameplate, complete with “SIRE” spelled out in diamonds and encased in cherry red packaging.