50 Cent's son lands modelling contract

By Drum Digital
11 March 2015

50 Cent's son has become the face of an audio company and he has raked in the big bucks for it.

It seems like money comes easy to the Curtis Jackson, aka 50 Cent, household.

E! Online reports that 50's two-year-old son, Sire Jackson, landed a gig as the face of an American audio company, Kidz Safe. The adorable toddler's pay amounted to $700 000 (over R8-million) for the work he put in. The proud papa gushed to American radio host, Angie Martinez, during her show on Power 105.1 about his son's achievement. "He's super cute, you gotta pay for it," he said jokingly.

Sire won't be able to touch the money until he's 18 though because his dad will be putting the money away for him in a trust.

50 Jnr's mother, model Daphney Joy, had a turbulent relationship with the rap star but now the pair have mended fences and are now "friends".

If you're curious about what the cutie looks like, here's a peak from his daddy's instagram page:

sire jackson

50 cent wrote: Ain't nobody dope as me, I'm just so fresh so clean. So fresh and so clean clean. Hi, I'm King Sire .

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