News: Rick Ross & French Montana Answer 50 Cent's Disses? "H*e N*ggas Get Emotional Around The Holidays"
Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012 5:07PM
Maybach Music Group's Rick Ross and affiliate French Montana have reportedly answered disses shot toward the Bad Boy Records rapper courtesy of G-Unit's 50 Cent.
Although Ross came as subliminal in his comment, French made sure he took a clear shot at Fif.
The saga between 50 Cent and French Montana officially continues with some new and interesting developments. You might recall that Fif ranted earlier today after he read Montana's interview with Complex, in which the Bronx MC noted that Fif could have been more successful if he steered clear of beefs. But now Montana has responded in kind, with a shot at 50's style and a RT from longtime 50 nemesis Rick Ross. You can peep the tweets below. "@50cent d*mnnn homie last year u was da mannnnn homieeeeeee wat da f*ckkk happen to uuuuuu" "stop wearning jean shots wit your knee cap showin swagless monkeyyyyyyyy #cokeboyssss lol" "RT @rickyrozay: y'all kno these h*e n*ggas get emotional around the holidays haaa" (Complex)
Earlier in the day, 50 hopped on Twitter and went off on Montana.
"French Montana you ain't Sh!t boy. You out your league talking about me you hoe.i read your little interview what the f*ck is you high.," Fif tweeted October 10th.
"French your Sh!t so weak you never had a song by your self fool. Ain't nobody's waiting to hear your verse. Girl"
"Do you realize this fool @Frenchmontana hasn't sold one record and talking about sales." (50 Cent's Twitter)
The rapper's remarks came after Montana commented on his career taking a dip due to publicized beefs.
"You should avoid beef if you trying to make money. People get scared when you try to beef with people. In general, [even in street sh*t] nobody want to stand next to you if somebody about to shoot you, unless you have a a big lick [Ed. Note--A "lick" means a hustle.] They [used to] do that with 50 because 50 was the bank. They knew he was going to win. People ain't doing that [anymore] ... [The rap game's not built like that anymore]. No, it's over for that. It's gone, big time. They'll get you out so fast." (Complex)
Ross' comments may have been sparked in light of Fif getting into a physical altercation with MMG's Gunplay.
This doesn't seem to be dying down anytime soon. Following their much-publicized run-in at the BET Hip-Hop Awards taping in Atlanta, Gunplay confirmed on NY radio that his MMG chain was taken. By the looks of this newly released footage, the diamond-encrusted MMG piece that was in G-Unit affiliate Mike Knox's hands is now in the possession of 50 Cent. Recently, 50 went out for a night of bowling at Lucky Strike in D.C. with his new piece. (Miss Info TV)