Who is Sire Jackson?
American celebrity child Sire Jackson was born under the zodiac sign Virgo on 1 September 2012 in the USA; he’s probably only known for being a son of famous American rapper, actor and businessman Curtis James Jackson III, aka 50 Cent.
Parents and siblings
Sire’s being raised in New York State by his mother Daphne Joy, who’s a former American model; 50 Cent and Daphne were together for less than two years, and it’s believed that they had already split by the time when Sire was born. However, 50 Cent is still highly involved in his son’s upbringing, and often spends time with him.
Sire has an older half-brother, Marquise, born on 13 October 1996; Marquise’s mother is Shaniqua Tompkins, 50 Cent’s former girlfriend who sued him for $50 million in 2009, however, the case was dismissed by the judge. 50 Cent also briefly dated famous American actress and TV show host Vivica Anjanetta Fox in 2003.
Sire’s being kept away from the media’s attention because his parents want him to be able to lead a normal life; he’s currently attending a local elementary school and it’s believed that the boy’s interested in a variety of activities, including rapping and playing soccer.
Height, age and net worth
Sire’s age is 11. He has black hair and brown eyes, weighs around 80lbs (36kgs) and is 4ft 11ins (1.45m) tall.
Sire’s father 50 Cent’s net worth’s been estimated at over $40 million, as of November 2023.
Who is his father 50 Cent?
American rapper, businessman and actor Curtis James Jackson III aka 50 Cent was born under the zodiac sign Cancer on 6 July 1975 in New York City USA. He became famous with the release of his debut album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” on 6 February 2003, while he then went on to become one of the most popular rappers in the USA; all of his albums together have sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and 50 Cent’s won various awards and accolades, including four BET Awards, three American Music Awards, 13 Billboard Music Awards, a Primetime Emmy and a Grammy.
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— ignant 🏴 (@CREAMBENTLEY) May 11, 2021
50 Cent was raised in New York City solely by his mother Sabrina who was a drug dealer, and who died in a fire when the boy was only eight; later on in life, 50 Cent revealed that Sabrina was a lesbian. He was 11 when he took on boxing, and starting to sell crack to financially support himself; 50 Cent was 16 when he brought a gun to Andrew Jackson High School, and was arrested.
He was arrested again on 29 June 1994 after trying to sell cocaine to an undercover police officer, and then again less than a month later after the police found a gun, cocaine and heroin at his home; he was sentenced to up to nine years in prison, but only served half a year at a boot camp.
50 Cent rose to fame in the first half of the 2000s with his album “Get Rich or Die Tryin”, released by Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records, and was a massive success, and is often rated as one of the greatest hip hop albums of all-time. It featured hit singles “In da Club” and “21 Questions”, and quickly went multi-platinum, cementing 50 Cent’s status as a major player in the rap industry.
In addition to his musical success, 50 Cent is also known for his entrepreneurial endeavors; he’s ventured into various industries, including film and television production, clothing and even the beverage industry. He founded record label G-Unit Records, and G-Unit Films, a production company; he’s also established the G-Unit clothing brand, which has become popular amongst hip hop fans and fashion enthusiasts. These business ventures have added to his net worth, and have solidified his position as a businessman in addition to being a talented artist.
50 Cent’s career hasn‘t been without its share of controversy and legal issues; he’s been involved in several high-profile feuds with other artists, most notably with Ja Rule, Nas and The Game, often played out in public, with diss tracks and social media spats capturing the attention of the hip hop community and the media.
One of the most infamous incidents in 50 Cent’s career was his public feud with rapper Ja Rule; which escalated to the point of physical altercations, and resulted in legal troubles for both artists. However, 50 Cent emerged from the conflict with his reputation and popularity intact, while Ja Rule’s career took a significant hit.
In addition to his music career and business ventures, 50 Cent’s explored acting, and has appeared in various movies and TV series. He gained critical acclaim for his role in the 2005 semi-autobiographical movie “Get Rich or Die Tryin”, which provided an insight into his life and rise to stardom. He’s also appeared in the movies “Ride Along”, “Escape Plan” and “Southpaw”, and had a recurring role in the hit TV series “Power”.
One of 50 Cent’s most notable achievements in the entertainment industry was being the executive producer of the popular TV series “Power”, which aired from 2014 through 2020, and starred Naturi Naughton, Lela Loren and Omari Hardwick. It follows the life of a wealthy nightclub owner, and the series won 14 of the 43 awards for which it was nominated.
50 Cent’s involvement in the beverage industry is another facet of his diverse career; in 2004, he became a stakeholder in Glacéau, a brand that was later acquired by The Coca-Cola Company. This investment proved to be highly lucrative for him, as he reportedly made tens of millions of dollars from the deal; his investment choices have been the key to his financial success.
While 50 Cent is known for his brash and often controversial public persona, he’s also demonstrated a commitment to philanthropy. He’s supported various charitable initiatives and causes, including those focused on education and healthcare; his influence and financial resources have allowed him to make a positive impact on the lives of many individuals and communities.