Alexa, play "Many Men."
50 Cent shocked some of his fans with a comment he made about his son, Marquise Jackson. The young rapper was pictured with Kyle McGriff, who happens to be the son of 50's longtime rival, Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff. The "Don't Push Me" artist had said that he would remain unbothered if both young men were to be hit by a bus. While Jackson doesn't seem to have reacted to his father's words in any public manner, the other youngin' came through with a response via social media.
Marquise (photo by D Dipasupil/Getty Images)
McGriff junior filmed himself brushing his teeth while grooving to his "favorite song," 50 Cent's "Many Men." The song's introductory lyrics come through in the first clip. "Many men wish death upon me/Blood in my eye, dawg, and I can't see." He sings a couple of lines as well: “I'm the diamond in the dirt that ain't been found/I'm the underground king and I ain't been crowned.”
Kyle was definitely careful in displaying his acknowledgment of 50's words. Although there was no real disrespect expressed in his videos, the chosen track was also tapped by the "Many Men" artist's baby mother in her response to being called a "bitter old b*tch" for condemning his comment.