Former G-Unit associate Bang Em Smurf has returned to the spotlight reminding fans of his loyalty with Rick Ross and the reasons he decided to go against 50 Cent.
Speaking from Trinidad, Smurf claimed he helped create G-Unit and would now destroy the popular rap group.
“Rick Ross, what’s poppin’ homie,” Smurf said in a video. “I just got out after three and a half years in the joint, now I’m back in Trinidad…Everybody wanna know what’s the situation with me and 50 right now, why I jumped in that Rick Ross beef…At the end of the day son, 50 is a disrespectful n*gga. He’s got to learn a little lesson…50 got shot four times, [Tony] Yayo jumping around DVDs, he ain’t like that. At the end of the day, I’m riding with Rick Ross, Maybach Music…And he making my situation much much better in Trinidad for me…Them G-Unit niggas is finished. Y’all had your reign. That sh*t is a wrap, I helped start G-Unit and I’ma help finish it…50 said I wrote letters…I wrote on kite and that was in 06 at the end of the day, I let him know I’m looking at life in a different perspective…When they found out I got deported, this n*gga laughing at me. Laugh now.” (World Star Hip Hop)
Despite falling out with Smurf around 2004, Fif recently discussed Smurf’s motivation for teaming with Ross.
“I wasn’t surprised,” 50 said in an interview with Angela Yee. “I got like three letters that he sent to the office, he had turned Muslim while incarcerated and just wanted to make good…He got deported, so he’s not even in the United States…While he’s out of the country, he saw an opportunity to say something…I think the people around me that would be willing [to be disloyal] were disposed of. Like, they could have potentially have gotten [Young] Buck to do something like that. That’s why it was so important that I removed him the way I did. When you identify with a person having interest in themselves and themselves only, you gotta get rid of them. You can’t be a team player when they’re playing for themselves.” (Shade 45)
Smuf has been heard on diss songs discrediting G-Unit.
“50, what up, it’s your boy Bang Em, man, Ross, you’re having too much fun,” Smurf said in a diss track. “You’re finished, yeah, what’s up 50….You thought I was down and out, right? But I linked up with Rick Ross…So we all gonna get together and have a little fun with you, you bum a** n*gga…You know I got a lil’ sh*t on you…And Yayo bum a** man…You used to sleep on my couch, dirty Marvin…You used to wear my boxers and sh*t…And [Lloyd] Banks, you never had a fist fight…Y’all n*ggas are finished.” (YouTube)
Smurf associate Domination has also backed the Miami rapper.
“Theres’ a lot of rumors on the Internet that I’m not supporting my boys,” Domination said in an on-street video. “I support whatever move my n*gga do. Whatever movement my n*gga f*cking with is what I’m f*cking with, you hear me? If it’s Maybach Music, then that’s what it is, n*gga. We run Queens. If we want somebody to come through here, they gonna come through here. That’s how we feel about n*ggas talking ‘Oh n*ggas can’t come through’ type sh*t. N*ggas can come through here…I never turned my back on [Smurf], I’m here, Domination.” (SOHH)
Check out Bang Em Smurf talking about Ross & 50 below: