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It’s been a jam-packed day for 50 Cent.

First, we learned that 50 was almost murdered by former partners in crime of Tekashi69, the jailed rapper who 50 jokingly refers to as his son.

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Shortly thereafter, we learned that the rapper would be cool with it if someone murdered his actual son.

Okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration. 

Mr. Cent would probably prefer that you not kill his son.

But if you did, it wouldn’t ruin his day:

50's Son

That’s a photo of 50’s 22-year-old son, Marquise, posing with the son of his longtime rival, Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.

Upon seeing the photo, 50 decided to leave a typical proud dad comment on Instagram:

“If both these little n–gas got hit by a bus, I wouldn’t have a bad day,” the rapper wrote.

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Needless to say, it’s savage … but not terribly unexpected.

Fif and Marquise have been feuding publicly for years.

Their beef stems from an unsuccessful $50 million lawsuit Marquise’s mother filed against the rapper.

In the years since, father and son have frequently attacked one another on social media, with Marquise accusing his dad of neglect, and 50 threatening to murder his son.

So yeah, not the coziest of relationships.

Marquise still trashes his dad’s music career every chance he gets, and last year, he publicly praised 50’s rival Ja Rule.

50 Cent In A Cap
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Naturally, Ja brings mentions this fact on social media on a regular basis.

As for the other guy in the pic, that’s the son of another 50 rival, Kenneth McGriff.

McGriff is a former associate of Ja, who allegedly conspired to have 50 killed so it’s not hard to see why Fif was less than thrilled to see his son posing with him.

50 Cent In Vegas
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Although to be fair, according to TMZ, Marquise was not aware of the man’s identity and apparently had no knowledge of the 50-McGriff feud.

Incidentally, McGriff is currently serving a life sentence in prison, which means that — along with Tekashi — there are now two people involved in 50 Cent murder plots who are facing life behind bars.

We guess that means Fif is either doing something right — or something very, very wrong.