US rapper 50 Cent rents entire toy store for 7-year-old son as Christmas gift

US rapper 50 Cent rents entire toy store for 7-year-old son as Christmas gift

- The rapper initially said his son asked him for the thoughtful gift

- As a dedicated father, 50 Cent chose to dip into his pockets and spend a whopping KSh 10 million

- Sire was beyond excited to finally have a toy store all to himself as Christmas slowly approaches

While many argue that US rapper 50 Cent has been nothing but nasty to his firstborn son, it is hard to ignore how much he loves his little boy Sire.

During the merry season of cheer, family and love, 50 decided to add a new twist to gift-giving.

According to TMZ, the wealthy musician rented out a Toys R Us store and told his son to choose whatever he desired.

Sire walked around the shop and schemed through the variety of toys as he attempted to choose some and leave some.

The seven-year-old boy was spoilt for choice and looked like a king in his own fun-filled castle.

Anyone who said they achieved anything significant all on their own is lying and arrogant - DJ Spinall

Sire’s tiny face was painted on the floor and his dad stayed in the background as he watched his little boy run around with a wide smile on his tiny face.

Apparently, the whole surprise cost around KSh 10 million.

Imagine blowing through all that money in a day to put a smile on your child’s face.

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Smith also rapped and sang for the audience right after he had taken some selfies with his fans before the programme started. The Big Sleep Out event had a whopping number of 50,000 people who came around from different places in the world.

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