50 Cent’s relationship with his son, Marquise Jackson, has publicly deteriorated over the years, but it appeared to reach a new low today when Jackson dropped a diss track, “Different,” aimed at his dad.
The track, which you can listen to below, makes little attempt at keeping its target anonymous. “I lost my pops, he’s still alive / Save it for a different song, a different time.” On “Different,” Marquise writes what sounds like an open letter to 50, even using the chorus to take shots, “What’s the difference between me and you? You talk a good one, but you don’t do what you’re supposed to do.”
It’s a blatant mix of hurt and anger, a reminder that their devolving relationship has hit several lows, including last year, when Jackson allegedly applied for an internshipwith Rick Ross’ MMG label. Ross is of course 50 Cent’s arch-enemy, the result of a bitter beef several years ago that overreached at times to the point that lawyers had to step in.
Listen to “Different” below.