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50 Cent's son, Sire Jackson, landed a massive modeling contract at just 2 years old, and now we can see why!

Little Sire made his runway debut Tuesday night while wearing a three-piece suit in Isabella Couture's fashion show during Los Angeles Fashion Week. Although all eyes were on Sire, the crowd couldn't help but notice how much the Get Rich or Die Tryin' rapper beamed when he saw his son on the catwalk!

Phone in hand and ready to snap pics, 50 (real name Curtis Jackson) grinned from ear to ear upon seeing his son. But what's even cuter is that his mom, Daphne Joy, carried him down the runway because he got nervous before his big debut!

She Instagrammed a gorgeous pic of herself in a pink gown carrying Sire and explained the scene in her caption, "My son got cold feet at the last minute so mommy had to walk with him lol! He was the youngest model in the show and he handled it so well up until the last moment! Lol!"

Daphne Joy, Sire Jackson, 50 Cent

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Could he be any more adorable?!

After the Isabella Couture fashion show came to an end, Sire joined his parents in the front row. The "In Da Club" rapper and Daphne are no longer in a relationship but he says they are still friends. Papa 50 also Instagrammed a pic of himself with his son and penned an emotional caption that read, "This kid is a gift from God, he has all my expressions and mannerisms. I'm not gonna let him make the mistakes I made.#SMSAUDIO#FRIGO."

He revealed his son's contract during a recent interview with Power 105.1's Angie Martinez.

"He's got a [modeling] deal now with Kidz Safe," he said, and clarified that "it's an audio company. They paid him a big payment, too."

How big? $700,000 large! A 2-year-old is already making six figures. "He's super cute, you gotta pay for it," he joked.

The man speaks a lot of truth. His son is absolutely adorable. Even better, he also said he would be putting his son's money in a trust so that he wouldn't be able to access it until he turns 18.