50 Cent gave his son Sire a Christmas gift that kids can only dream about. He shut down a Toys ‘R’ Us in the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey so that Sire could go a shopping spree and pick out anything he wanted.
“When I asked my Dad for the ‘WHOLE Toys R Us Store’ for Christmas I didn’t think he would actually do it, but he did. Thank you Daddy! Best Christmas ever!,” his ex Daphne Joy captioned some photos from the day, which she shared to her Instagram Story.
Watch: 50 Cent takes his son Sire on a private shopping spree in a Toys ‘R’ Us.
The photos including pictures of 50 Cent and Sire posing with Geoffrey the Giraffe, Sire and 50 Cent testing out all sorts of toys throughout the shop and a photo of a special logo 50 Cent had created for the shopping excursion which had Sire’s photo and “SIRE’S TOYS R US.”
50 Cent had a camera crew accompany him and his son on the shopping mission. He shared footage from the shopping spree on Instagram. When they arrived at the store, he told Sire he could pick out anything he wanted. “All of it’s yours really so you might as well pick out whatever you want, right?” he told him.
Sire went through the store and picked out lots of fun holiday presents, including a small Geoffrey the Giraffe, a LEGO set, and a Nerf Blaster. He left the store very excited, carrying his new toys and riding on 50 Cent’s back.
Most kids can only dream of having an entire toy store to themselves, so we’re glad this universal wish came true for at least one lucky kid this holiday season!
And it looks like the holiday magic didn’t stop there. 50 Cent shared this photo of son Sire on Christmas morning opening up a massive pile of gifts.
A very, very merry Christmas indeed!
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