News: 50 Cent Calls Out Rick Ross: "Fat Boy Hit The Building, It Looks Staged To Me"
Monday, Jan 28, 2013 2:35PM
G-Unit's 50 Cent is showing no sympathy toward rap rival Rick Ross in light of his near-death experience in Florida today, publicly taunting the Maybach Music Group leader.
Fif jumped onto his Twitter page and even suggested Ross' Fort Lauderdale crash may have been staged.
"Hahaha fat boy hit the building?lol it looks staged to me. No hole's in da car http://instagr.am/p/VCHWuPML2G/," Fif tweeted January 28th. (50 Cent's Twitter)
Confirmation on Ross' identity and who he rode alongside with surfaced hours after the crash.
8:45 AM PT -- Cops have now confirmed Ross was driving the Rolls-Royce at the time of the crash. The passenger was Shateria L. Moragne-el -- who is reportedly dating the rapper. Cops say neither party suffered any injuries. The suspects fled from the scene before cops arrived on scene. (TMZ)
Details of the messy incident heated up the Internet Monday morning.
A Rolls-Royce crashed into a building on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale early Monday. Police are on the scene of the accident, which also reportedly involved a shooting. WSVN-Channel 7 is reporting that shots were fired at the Rolls in which a "famous rapper" was riding before the car went into the building. Police are on the street marking bullet shells in the 1500 block of Las Olas. The road is shut down to traffic. (Bradenton Herald)
A few days ago, 50 Cent addressed featuring Ross' Maybach Music Group chain in his "Major Distribution" music video.
From his unforgettable G-Unit spinner to his current Street King pendant, 50 Cent has a thing for flashy jewelry. Usually the outspoken rap star uses his chains to help brand his own camp, but in his latest video for "Major Distribution," there is a brief cameo from a Rick Ross-styled Maybach Music Group chain. So how did a piece promoting Fif's biggest rival end up in the final cut? "It came from a jeweler. Jewelers, they made it. Yeah, we got it and ended up putting it in the video," the G-Unit juggernaut explained Thursday. "That's what rappers do: Rappers put jewelry in videos." (MTV)