Cent Rents Out An Empty Toys 'R' Us For His Son

50 Cent Rents Out An Empty Toys 'R' Us For His Son

"I want the whole store of Toys "R" Us," Sire told his dad over the phone.

With Christmas just around the corner, rapper 50 Cent has given his son Sire the ultimate gift - renting out an entire Toys R Us store and letting the seven-year-old choose whatever he fancied.

"Christmas came early for Sire lol", Joy, 32, said in her Instagram story.

However, only two of them were reopened a few weeks ago, under someone else's ownership.

The toy store chain closed down past year before slowly reopening under new ownership.

To make the shopping spree even more luxe, the proud papa not only had the store renamed, but he also ensured his son's name was incorporated into the store's décor. "Thank you Daddy! Best Christmas Ever!" she captioned one of the pictures.

50 Cent, who shares 22-year-old son Marquise Jackson with ex Shaniqua Tompkins, admitted in 2016 that he would use then-4-year-old Sire to get attention from the ladies.

The chain's parent company, Tru Kids Brands, partnered with retailer b8ta to open the stores in The Galleria in Houston, Texas, and in Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey. Sire also played Rock, Paper, Scissors with the person.

The location 50 and son rented out happens to be only one of two Toys "R" Us retail locations now open after the company temporarily closed its doors as new ownership looks to reopen physical stores of the once mighty toy retail brand. During his day out at the toy store, his son picked up a few items, including Legos sets, a Nerf blaster, and a Geoffrey the Giraffe stuffed animal. "You can have whatever you see", said 50.

So, how does a young boy handle being able to splurge on any toys he wanted in the renamed establishment, Sire's Toys R Us? "Say, 'I love you!' Sire's in utter shock right now and disbelief".



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