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50 Cent 'meets' secret son, 11, for first time at event

EMOTIONAL MEETING: 50 Cent and son Davian

RAPPER 50 CENT has revealed he is the father of an 11-year-old boy who he met for the first time over the weekend.

The 40-year-old posted a picture on his Instagram showing the moment he was introduced to his third son Davian.

The rapper, who has two other sons, including an 18-year-old and a three-year-old, wrote: “My life is full of surprises, this little guy is my son Davian.”

He continued: “He started crying, I was thinking why you crying I gotta pay for this s**t. Lmao.”

50 Cent - born Curtis Jackson - had his arm around an emotional Davian as tears rolled down his son's cheeks.

He was photographed grinning ear to ear while with his son at the meet and greet, but he has remained tight-lipped over how the re-union came about or who Davian's mother is.

On Sunday, however he did share an email he received that appeared to be from Davian's school, accompanied with the caption: “I just got this. D**n I never did this good.”

Adding: “This kid is smarter then a motherf****r !!! I'm a get Big Floyd to give him some hands.”

50 Cent shared another snap of his son - who is believed to be around 10 or 11 years old - dressed up in a collared shirt, suspenders and cream trousers.

He captioned the snap: “This is Davian doing his, I'm cooler then my dad look. Talking about meet me at Red Stix. Lmao.”

Several media outlets have speculated about whether Fiddy is just playing an elaborate joke on his fans.

The Inquisitr commented: “Unless 50 Cent comes clean and lets fans know more details about how he determined that Davian was his son, it looks like most are chalking it up to an epic joke from a rapper who is known for clowning around and pranking people on social media.”

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