New York hip-hop artist Slowbucks is not letting a rift with G-Unit head 50 Cent get to him and recently posted a picture of the rap star’s son Marquise Jackson onto Instagram.

SB publicly released the shot onto social media this week.

My lil bro @199viq came threw 2day & kicked it with me .. We stopped in the 50’s & checked my n%a @Meech_TheBoss out & cleared the racks out over @GetSetNYC then went threw Da 90’s 2 check @Bz718 & Da #GSC BOYZ #BQE sh!t❗️ F%k all that negative sh!t this is #Family sh!t #LikeDis” (Slowbucks’ Instagram)

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Recent reports claimed Marquise had shown support for Slowbucks on social media.

50 Cent’s son, Marquise, recently took to Instagram to show support for his father’s latest nemesis. Earlier this week, Slowbucks and his SBOE clique dropped a mixtape. Lil Fif later posted a picture in support of the project with the caption, “That #SBOE Dropped Today,” and a fire emoticon. Will Curtis be salty, or nah? (XXL Mag)

Fellow New York rapper Shyne posted up a photo of himself alongside rap veteran Nas and singled out Slow’s chain-snatching summer incident back in July.

“How U been so hot for 20 years my G ? @nasnyc #backstage,” Shyne captioned July 6.

“& how that bum a** n++ got his chain snatched at summer jam? He can’t be from queens bridge…. #QB# #lake @nasnyc the g*d #illmatic 20 years”

“hen they kicked him down the stairs in front of his girl esco, U was performing tho….. Esco, my g, U can’t let him come back to queens tho…. #illmatic #20 years all time greats” (Shyne’s Instagram)

Despite being unhappy with how his press conference went, Slow slammed snitching accusations shot his way from 50 over the summer.

“If you get into a car accident and you sue, is that considered snitching? It’s the same thing. I see a lot of tough guys do that so I’m just asking. Snitching? If that person can provide some paperwork or is going to jail I’ll sign my company over. You get picked up for questioning. How you not gon’ get picked up for questioning. I got picked up for questioning. There’s no snitching on my record.” (“The Breakfast Club”)