50 Cent has responded to reps from Foxy Brown‘s camp claiming he had 24 hours to retract a diss he made in the anti-Rick Ross song “Try Me.”
Fif has released the spoof-based video clip titled “Pimpin’ Curly.”
“Motherf*ckers are out there talking about me behind my back, man,” 50 said in the clip. “He said the motherf*cker down South calling me Curly. Can you believe this sh*t after all I did for these motherf*ckers…Officer motherf*cking Ricky, when I catch you, I’mma cut you n*gga…motherf*cking b*tch Foxy Brown gonna tell me I got 24 hours to retract the statement, that h*e done lost her motherf*ckin’ mind. She don’t know that this is pimpin’ pimpin’.” (This Is 50)
Prior to the video, a person close to the Brooklyn, New York-bred emcee reportedly issued the statement on Friday (February 6).
In a statement to AllHipHop.com, Brown’s representative stated, “Foxy is giving that n***a 24 hour [period] to retract that statement or she’s going handle [him] Brooklyn Style.” (All Hip Hop)
The female rapper is referring to a subliminal diss in 50’s first diss record.
“The cop f-cked a Fox, sucker c-mmed on a bimbo,” Fif rapped, “Fag-t must’ve thought he’d knocked me out like Kimbo. But gonorhea lips breath stronger than indo / Fat f-ck playin Wii Fit Nintendo.”
Foxy and Ross were rumored to be getting married last summer.
Both are engaged, according to reports. Brown – real name Inga Marchand – and Ross’ relationship became public earlier this month (Jun08), after their hip-hop collaborations developed into a romance. Hip Hop Weekly claims the couple are now planning to wed, after the troubled star accepted Ross’ proposal. The publication alleges Brown, 28, is set to move to Miami, Florida with Ross, 31. (The Insider)
However, the Miami rapper later debunked the engagement gossip.
“Nah, nah, nah,” Ross told MTV News in an interview last June. “The engagement is just speculation. I’m married to the money.” (MTV News)