Three’s Company: 50 Cent Tackles Ja Rule, Rick Ross & Diddy, “That Sh*t Was Garbage. It’s The Truth” [Video]

Three’s Company: 50 Cent Tackles Ja Rule, Rick Ross & Diddy, “That Sh*t Was Garbage. It’s The Truth” [Video]

G-Unit leader 50 Cent recently discussed his stance toward music rivals Ja Rule and Rick Ross plus why Diddy’s Last Train to Paris album should not be considered a quality hip-hop album.

Fif said he no longer has any interest in entertaining rap feuds with Rule, who is currently incarcerated, or Ricky Rozay.

“My issue with Ja is they were trying to take credit for something,” Fif said in an interview when asked if he could see himself ever reconciling with Rule. “They ain’t really built like that. … Now that I broke them down to nothing, where’s their crew at? [Rick Ross?] You know what, I never had, look at this, I can’t create an actual reason — in my neighborhood, we meet aggression with aggression. … I’m not going to chase you because the outcome is always bad when we go head-to-head. Somebody’s gotta lose. And then the people come after somebody lost. …. See how he figured out how not to have my name, say my name? And then what do I got to say?” (Power 92.3)

The rap executive also used the opportunity to poke fun at Diddy’s 2010 Dirty Money LP.

“That Last Train to Paris project sent Puff to go be Rick’s buddy,” Fif added, “because that sh*t was garbage. It’s the truth. He went after Beyonce’s spot. He’s got the two females — put them on both sides, made sure they didn’t look as good as he did.” (Power 92.3)

A couple years ago, the “Boss” said he had no active beef with Fif despite a few exchanged diss records.

“That’s the beauty of art,” Ross told us. “You can take it and channel it any way you want to. Of course, I realize I put a lot of pollution out there as well that I wouldn’t this year. That was a part of me learning. I’ll forever be attracted to some form or fashion of war. I feel it’s competitive but at the same time, I’m focused on my numbers. I’m focused on my business. I’m focused on my brand. I wanna see other things blossom around me, versus back-and-forth with nothing. For the most part, I feel when you prioritize your business, that’s the result — that’s the advice I’ve been given for so long. I’m trying it out.” (MTV)

In summer 2010, 50 publicly taunted Diddy’s “Hello, Good Morning” Last Train to Paris single at a Brazil concert.

“Hello, good morning, you like that sh*t,” Fif asked a crowd of screaming fans. “Well the next time you see Puffy, tell him I said ‘N*gga don’t act like a b*tch.’ He say he love her man, he really think he love her man/She a super freak, freakier than he understand/She not the type of girl that you take home to your mother/She’s the type you take to the track to come up on a sucker…” (The Brazil Show)

Check out 50 Cent’s interview below:

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