- 50 cent said he was sorry to all he had offended but did not specify anyone in particular
- According to the rapper, he was not a sorry person and that was all he had for those who felt he had offended them
- His apology comes days after denying his eldest son, Marquise Jackson in public
US rapper and actor, 50 Cent, has had issues with a large number of people and he is not ready to mend things.
The rapper on the realisation that he has been beefing with a lot of people decided to clear things up through his social media account.
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Posting on his Instagram account, the actor said he was sorry in the most hilarious way.
According to him, he is not a sorry person showing his half-hearted apology and it was not directed to anyone in specific.
"I want to apologise to you if I have offended you over the years. I would say I am sorry but I am not a sorry person. This will have to do!" he wrote.
The rapper accompanied the post with a photo of himself donning a classy and elegant black dotted suit.
After all, he has already said that he has no intention of actually saying sorry to people personally, so this is the best the will get from him.
While chatting with his fans on Instagram, the business mogul recently denied his eldest son, Marquise Jackson.
50 Cent has always referred to his eldest child as "his mother's son" and never claims him whenever anyone asks about the number of children he has.
The two have had a strained relationship for long ever since his baby mama accused him of abusing her while they were together.
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