News: G-Unit Associate Revokes Rick Ross' Pass, "You Can't Come To Queens" [Video]
Thursday, Apr 9, 2009 3:00PM
G-Unit associate Mazaradi Fox recently spoke on Rick Ross' alleged trip to New York, claiming details have been misconstrued.
While he admits Ross did visit New York City, Fox made a video explaining how the Miami rapper is not allowed to visit "his" borough.
"I'm on Rick Ross' a**," Fox said in an interview. "Talking about he coming to Queens, you can't come to Queens. I am Queens fat motherf*cker. We have nothing in common. I did eight years, you a cop. You watched n*ggas like me for eight years. He ain't come to no Queens like that. He came to New York, he ain't come to no f*cking Queens, you kidding me? N*gga did try to do some sh*t in Queens, got f*cking violated. Outside of that, I don't appreciate n*ggas knowing he came to New York with his shirt off when the Biggie Smalls sh*t was going on. I don't appreciate that sh*t at all. That's not gangsta. Came out here woulda broke his f*cking a**hole, whooped the sh*t outta him." (Potent TV)
Fox is known for standing by 50 Cent in rap battles, including the G-Unit leader's 2007 differences with Cam'ron.
"The Cam'ron situation just gave us more motivation," Fox previously told SOHH. "It's all just competition to me. It's not beef. In jail, it's beef with every n*gga until you out the door. I don't know [Game] and I don't want to know him. If it's beef with 50, it's beef with me too. 50, that's the boss." (SOHH)
Ross released footage earlier this year from New York with his entourage showing alleged pedestrians calling out 50.
"Listen man, if n*ggas ain't f*cking with the riders man, then they ain't f*cking with Ross," a man said. "Ross let y'all n*ggas know man, if he come to New York, he got the goons with him man, it's New York. We go any borough, any time, like this, with a smile on our face, it's nothing." "F*ck 50, that n*gga's a gorilla, son" another local resident said. "Just like you f*cking said. Ricky Ross." (World Star Hip Hop)
Aside from teaming with Queens rappers including Ja Rule, Nas and Bang Em Smurf on records, Ross recently talked about the influence he receives from visiting the Big Apple.
"It's only right I came to New York City to write my 'Mafia Music' remix verse," Ross said in a video. "It's funny I say 'Mafia Music' remix because today I get a call from a dude from G-Unit, his name, he told me, was Nelson Gomez. N*gga Nelson Gomez offered me a sum of money to fall back." (Torch Is NY)
Check out Mazaradi Fox speak on Rick Ross below: