50 Cent’s son, Sire Jackson, is already following in his business savvy dad’s footsteps. While 50 cent is busy designing his luxe underwear line with Frigo, promoting an album with G-Unit called The Beast Is G-Unit and endorsing EFFEN vodka, the rapper’s son scored a lucrative business deal of his own.
At only two years old, Sire landed a six figure modeling contract with Kidz Safe, a company that designs headphones for children.
50 cent (real name Curtis Jackson) recently announced Sire’s deal during a March 4 interview in New York city with Power 105.1 radio host Angie Martinez.
“He’s getting the big paper, too, $700,000,” the proud papa revealed. “He’s super cute. You gotta pay for it. I was getting ready to say, ‘This is your college fund,’ but I gotta handle that part and let him just have that.”
The “Get Rich or Die Trying” rapper, 39, said in the interview that he would be putting Sire’s money in a trust so that he wouldn’t be able to access it until he turns 18.
Sire made his runway debut during Los Angeles Fashion Week on Tuesday, March 10, at the Taglyan Complex in Hollywood for the Isabella Couture show. The adorable toddler looked dapper in grey suit with a black bow tie. But he suffered from a bit of stage fright. Instead of walking down the catwalk alongside another child, he had to be carried down the runway by his mother, model Daphne Joy. 50 cent and Daphne are no longer in a relationship but he says they are still friends.
50 cent posted an Instagram pic of himself with his son with a caption that read, “This kid is a gift from God, he has all my expressions and mannerisms. I’m not gonna let him make the mistakes I made.#SMSAUDIO#FRIGO.”