A couple of days ago we shared a visual mixtape of Marquise Jackson, 50 Cent's son, doing some damage on the basketball court, as he released the clip in hopes of getting a basketball scholarship somewhere.

And in a recent interview with TMZ, the 18-year-old b-baller explained how he plays against prep schools all across the country, and some of the players target him just to make a name for themselves.

"A lot of people they come up to me, they say because of my dad, they think I'm not good, but at the end of the day I show that I can play," he said.

Throughout the brief interview, Jackson expresses a gentle humility that may surprise some people, considering he's the son of one of the richest rappers in the world. And while he also has an interest in making music, he says he rather be known for being a good ball player since it's his first love.

And when asked who would win in a game of one-on-one between him or his dad, the hoops phenom said the score wouldn't even be close. "13 to 0 me," he boasted.

At this point, Jackson said he isn't sure which college he'll be attending, and he doesn't have a preference. He says he'll be happy to play for any school who offers him a full athletic scholarship.

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