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femalefirst.co.uk50 Cent lets his 9-year-old son play violent video games and even found him looking at porn on the Internet.
The superstar rapper also lets his child watch R-rated movies because he doesn't want to be an over protective parent.
Fiddy said: "My son is 9 years old and I play my video game with him. We turn down the volume on the TV because there's a lot of swearing in the game.
"My son watches R-rated films all the time, with me present so I can explain what he's seeing. Now, if you leave him by himself, he's going to assume the wrong thing.
He is quoted on Britain's Top Of The Tops website as adding: "He has a computer in his room and he has Internet access. I came in and he was logged on to an adult site. You've got to understand that the kid has access to all these things and his curiosity is there now - keeping him sheltered is putting him in danger."
The rapper - real name Curtis Jackson - recently released his ultra-violent video game 'Bulletproof', and insists violent games and films do not have an effect on society.
The star said: "A person who is influenced by a video game is already dangerous."
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Now that is just wrong, he is only 9 for petessakes! Why should it be okay that he is watching porn on the internet. My love for fitty just went down like 50%.
Yeah, great advice 50, I will be sure to keep it in mind when I have kids
Dumbass, next he'll tell him bullet proof vest look better with a tux on prom.
Im ashamed to say what I did for a klondike bar...
He does not sound as ignorant as I had thought he would.
man he should write a childcare book you know cos he has so much good advise to give, who'd of known that lettin your little kid look at porn was really good for them! :-(
If I didn't feel so bad for the kid, his stupidity would have me rolling in the aisles.
He probably thinks that if he treats his son in a 'manly' way then he won't end up gay.
And for his 10th birthday, little Fitty will be gifted with an Uzi and a hooker.
Well-behaved women seldom make history - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
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