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50 Cent is seeking full custody of his son with ex Daphne Joy after she was named in a lawsuit as one of Sean Combs’ alleged s*x workers.

“Given the latest developments and news of Daphne Joy’s involvement in the Diddy lawsuit, 50 is going for sole custody of his son,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly.

Daphne, 37, is the mother of 50 Cent’s youngest son Sire Jackson, 11. The rap mogul is also father to 26-year-old Marquise Jackson from a previous relationship.

Daphne’s name was included in a 25-page amendment to a lawsuit filed by music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones Jr. in February. The amendment was filed this week and included more unsavory details about Combs and his close associates.

In the amended lawsuit, Jones claimed that Combs “bragged about having several women on a monthly stipend” for s*x work.

Fiddy, 48, taunted Daphne in a social media post on Wednesday. He wrote, “I didn’t know you was a s*x worker … you little s*x worker. LOL Yo this sh*t is a movie.

Joy and 50 Cent dated in 2011 and split months later after she fell pregnancy with his son.

On Monday, March 25, federal law enforcement officers served no-knock warrants at 2 properties linked to Combs in Miami and Holmby Hills.

“Now it’s not Diddy do it, it’s Diddy done,” 50 Cent wrote, making a play on words using one of Combs’ nicknames. “[T]hey don’t come like that unless they got a case,” he added.

Attorneys for Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge denied that he and the record label “aided and abetted” Combs in his alleged s*xual abuse. The lawyers for Grainge insisted the accusations are so “offensively false” that they plan to seek legal sanctions against the lawyer who filed them.

In a motion to dismiss all claims against UMG and Grainge, the label’s lawyers blasted attorney Tyrone Blackburn for filing “knowingly false allegations” of criminal wrongdoing “without the slightest factual or legal basis.” They said they would seek legal sanctions against him in a future filing.