The mother of Rick Ross‘ son, Tia Kemp, has announced her association with 50 Cent‘s G-Unit and continued to question Ross’ credibility.
Along with briefly speaking on Fif, Tia spoke with DJ Whoo Kid and questioned Ross’ recent fashion statements.
“G-Unit books. It’s not a [coincidence],” Tia said regarding the company overseeing her tell-all release. “I’m affiliated with G-Unit now, officially. I am G-Unit. I’m waiting on my piece too, 50. [laugh] Yes I am [serious]…I’m a great mother, I’m hoping this book with be successful so that I can give my kids a good life, a better life than I had…[Ross] is not a real n*gga, he has no street credit at all. None whatsoever…I don’t know where all of the [swag] came from, the fake shades. I think that’s who he’s trying to be now, Biggie. Did you see him in that new video? He put two earrings in his ear, do some research, he never put earrings in anything he did. He just got earrings about a month ago…[With the beard] he’s trying to be Freeway Ricky Ross.” (Radio Planet TV)
She previously spoke with radio personality Angela Yee about the rapper’s other baby’s mother, Brooke.
“Rick Ross is a liar,” Tia explained. “You can’t believe anything that comes outta this guy’s mouth at this point. I mean nothing. I was with him for three years. He lies about everything. I think [it’s a mental condition]. He’s psychotic…I haven’t seen [Brooke] in a while. We don’t hang out in the same places, so of course I’m not gonna see her. I’m quite sure she’s on the track in South Beach somewhere trying to sell some p*ssy or something. She’s a call girl…He ain’t got no gangstas around him…I’m hoping the book will be a success and I think I got some roles in movies and doing some modeling and I just got a lot of things on the table right now.” (The Morning After)
Tia first publicly spoke against Ross in an interview with 50 earlier this year.
“Here I am and here’s my story,” she said. “As you listen to his raps, you would definitely believe him but I mean, it’s surprising…his jewelry’s rented, possibly not real. His cars are being leased.” (This Is 50)
Fif also used Tia as the motivation behind his anti-Ross song “Tia Told Me.”
“Shut the f*ck up/We don’t wanna hear your ‘Mafia’ tough talk / Your f*ck boys don’t fly up in New York / You wanna listen to [Fat] Joe, you wanna listen to [DJ] Khaled / Fine, I’ll just f*ck everybody up while I’m at it / First ‘We The Best’ then it’s ‘We Depressed’ / After the sh*t flopped, they like ‘D*mn We Stressed’ /We a mess, he’s not the n*gga to test / 90 degrees out here and we gotta wear our vests / Call me crazy, go ‘head call me crazy / Me and your baby mama gon get intimate maybe…” (“Tia Told Me”)
Tia’s Diary: Deeper Than Rap hits bookstores Monday, May 25th.
Check out Tia’s interview with DJ Whoo Kid below: