The whole gang was there too! Other attendees showed up in costume, rounding out the team with a Robin, a Raven, and a Beast Boy. Overall, we just wish we could’ve been there. Or at least, had an excuse to cosplay for a day. We also wish that we had somebody else make our costumes because cosplay is hard (okay that’s mostly just me). Most people would do anything for their children, but not everybody will cosplay a superhero. Take this from a person who spent years trying to get her parents to dress up on Halloween and failing.Rapper and actor 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) threw his 4-year-old son Sire a Teen Titans Go! themed birthday party over the weekend, complete with backdrops to pose in front of and, of course, costumes. 50 Cent took to Instagram to post photos from the party, where he dressed up as Cyborg. His ex-wife, Daphne Joy, dressed up as Starfire. According to Joy’s Instagram, the parents’ costumes were designed by StarMakers Costumes.Other highlights from the posts: 50 Cent telling his older son Davian to chill, along with the explanation as to how he got into the Cyborg costume in the first place. Sire himself wasn’t in costume, but that didn’t mean he wasn’t festive in a custom jacket that they should definitely sell at conventions in the future. Also, make them in adult sizes. We want one.