News: Gunplay Won't Let Up Off 50 Cent: "I Don't Shake Hands" [Audio]
Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012 3:40PM
Days after their publicized brawl at the BET Hip Hop Awards taping, Maybach Music Group's Gunplay is letting the world know there are no plans for a peace treaty with rap rival 50 Cent.
Poking fun at Fif's stature, Gunplay blasted the New York rapper once more this week.
"He's so small I didn't see him do nothing. He's a little guy. He's like 3'2. Everybody was over him, so I couldn't really see him. It's nothing. I've been through it before, and now I'm ready to hit y'all with this music," Gunplay said in an interview. "I don't shake hands. Never, never, never. I never shook hands with anybody. I got beef with kids in elementary school and if I see 'em now, I'ma jump 'em," he explained. "[Rick Ross ] was laughing, like, 'Looking good out there little bro.'" (Hot 97)
G-Unit affiliate Mike Knox accused Gunplay of using the fight and 50's name for free promotion.
"You keep attaching 50's name to the situation because you know that's the only way you're gonna get press," Knox said in an interview. "He was running from an a** whooping -- he was saying I was security, he was saying I was a security guard. I don't know where he got that. I guess he felt like I was security because I d*mn near broke my hand on him -- when people are fighting, they usually pepper spray the person that's the most aggressive or the biggest person and I was the biggest person. So, he wasn't pepper sprayed at the time." (Hot 107.9)
Prior to Gunplay's remarks, the MMG member gave his take on just how much of a break Fif and company caught.
The rapper says 50 Cent WAS involved in the action ... but was "hiding behind security." Gunplay says he was trying to "break his f*ckin' neck." Gunplay says he did manage to beat down one of the guys in 50's entourage -- "kicked one of their fat-asses ... kicked them off in the dirt." Gunplay says cops then rushed in and sprayed him with mase. Gunplay -- who's friends with Rick Ross -- says his fight had nothing to do with Rick's altercation with Young Jeezy's crew at the BET Awards ... but explains, "We just goin' at it with everybody ... let's go kill 'em all." Doesn't sound like he was joking ... Gunplay told us, "If you're playin' with me, you're playin' with fire ... might get gunned down, ya never know." (TMZ)
The rapper initially hit up New York's Power 105.1 radio station to speak on what went down.
"First of all, I'm not going to say the donkey's name 'cause I ain't gonna ruin a career that's already ruined," Gunplay said. "We're going to call him donkey because he's the donkey of the day. The donkey walks with eight other donkeys -- I was getting ready to go catch my ride, police told me I couldn't leave the trailers -- I turn around and see the donkey with eight other donkeys and it was either me jump the barrier and run or stand, pull up my pants and knuckle it out with the donkey -- he walks up to me, nodded at one of the donkeys and one of the donkeys set it off and we rumbled -- the pepper spray came -- [it was] that man security. Get outta here, man, man got security around him, man. ... I was by myself like I usually am." ("The Breakfast Club")
Check out Gunplay's interview below: