50 Cent reveals how he's speaking to son, 7, about Black Lives Matter
25 June 2020, 17:30 | Updated: 25 June 2020, 17:34
Rapper 50 Cent spoke to Kelly Clarkson about how he addresses the Black Lives Matter protests with seven-year-old son Sire.
In a recent interview with singer Kelly Clarkson, just days after he trolled his rumoured ex Cuban Link on Instagram, rapper 50 Cent explained how he's been addressing the important issue with his seven-year-old son Sire.
During the interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly quizzed 50 on whether he's having to have awkward conversations with his son like ones she's had with her own children.
Addressing his own conversations with Sire, 50 said, "I'm blessed with him only being seven. So, it's like, I have to explain to him why the protests but not with the depth that would allow him to say - to put me in those awkward situations.”
The rapper later went on to say, "It's also they're delicate. I always look at him and say I don’t want to over-exert these things to him and jade his perspective at the same time."
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50 also trolled Ja Rule after he posted a video of himself performing at an "empty" house party during the coronavirus pandemic recently.