Daphne Joy and 50 Cent host costumed 'Teen Titans' birthday party
If I had my way, every party would be a costume party, but a 4-year-old's birthday celebration based on Warner Bros.' Teen Titans may just take the cake. Daphne Joy and 50 Cent dressed up as Starfire and Cyborg from the animated series to make their son's day special.
The popular Cartoon Network series, created by Glen Murakami, ran from 2003 to 2006 and has been one of the most popular DC Comics adaptations. In 2013 it spawned Teen Titans Go! which it looks like this party was more accurately based on.
Joy and 50 Cent (a.k.a. Curtis James Jackson III) got in serious costumes for their son Sire Jackson's fourth birthday party and got family and friends to join in the fun too.
My son wanted us to be Teen Titans for his 4th Birthday! I think we pulled it off pic.twitter.com/8lCWiErYLF— DaphneJoy (@DaphneJoy) September 5, 2016
Sire didn't want to be in costume so I had this Teen Titans jacket designed for him! He ties us all together pic.twitter.com/vu3HPp5jUf— DaphneJoy (@DaphneJoy) September 5, 2016
Not gonna lie, I would totally rock that jacket. And eat all of these goodies.
My family! I love how my mom and my sister did Robin and Raven ! So cuuuuute!!! pic.twitter.com/bY5HxjYDxF— DaphneJoy (@DaphneJoy) September 5, 2016
And for you cosplay enthusiasts out there, here's a breakdown of Joy's Starfire costume.
(via The Mary Sue)