50 Cent Rents Out Toys 'R' Us For Son’s Private Christmas Shopping Spree


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50 Cent’s son may be the luckiest 7-year-old ever!

Sire Jackson’s Christmas wish came true this weekend when his hip-hop mogul father rented out an entire Toys ‘R’ Us store for his private shopping spree. That’s right, the Power star made Christmas come early for his baby boy after reportedly cashing out $100,000 to shut down the store’s Westfield Garden State Plaza location in Paramus, New Jersey, so Sire could splurge all to himself for a few hours.

"When I asked my Dad for the 'WHOLE Toys R Us Store' for Christmas I didn't think he would actually do it, but he did," reads a post on Sire’s Instagram account, ran by his mother Daphne Joy. "Thank you Daddy! Best Christmas Ever!"

A series of images shared on the account also shows Sire having a blast — from posing with the store’s mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe, grabbing tons of LEGO sets and a NERF blaster, and even playing a few games of Mario Kart as well. "Daddy got Sire all the LEGOs, but not just all the LEGOs, all of Toys R' Us," Daphne revealed in an Instagram Story, according to E! News. "And what do you say to Daddy? Say, 'I love you!' Sire's in utter shock right now and disbelief."

As fans know, Sire is the youngest of 50’s children. The musician is also father to estranged 22-year-old son Marquise Jackson.

See images from Sire’s Toys ‘R’ Us private shopping spree below.

Photo: Getty Images

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