G-Unit leader 50 Cent responded to recent remarks by French Montana in relation to his career getting hurt by beefing, questioning how the Bad Boy artist has the right to call him out.

Resorting to Twitter, Fif lashed out at Montana and demanded an in-person full explanation.

“French Montana you ain’t Sh!t boy. You out your league talking about me you hoe.i read your little interview what the f*ck is you high.,” Fif tweeted October 10th.

“French your Sh!t so weak you never had a song by your self fool. Ain’t nobody’s waiting to hear your verse. Girl”

“Do you realize this fool @Frenchmontana hasn’t sold one record and talking about sales.”

“Im not tweeting about this little fool No more.I’m a see him and he gonna explain that’s it.”

“You might be right RT @moirfairley: @50cent you won’t be able to find him he in diddys a**” (50 Cent’s Twitter)

This week, French suggested rap beefs ultimately hurt 50’s hip-hop career.

“You should avoid beef if you trying to make money. People get scared when you try to beef with people. In general, [even in street sh*t] nobody want to stand next to you if somebody about to shoot you, unless you have a a big lick [Ed. Note–A "lick” means a hustle.] They [u[used to]o that with 50 because 50 was the bank. They knew he was going to win. People ain’t doing that [a[anymore] [T[The rap game’s not built like that anymore]No, it’s over for that. It’s gone, big time. They’ll get you out so fast.” (Complex)

Last week, Terror Squad leader Fat Joe spoke on ending his decade-long rap beef with 50.

“He always wanted me and 50 Cent to make peace forever but we were just being stubborn and ignoring him,” Fat Joe revealed in an interview referring to the late Chris Lighty. “I came to do the tribute, I knew 50 Cent would be there but I came there like, ‘We’re going to do this for Chris.’ And while we were there, 50 whispered some things in my ear that was like gentleman-like, you know what I’m saying? I’m a gentleman. I don’t dislike people. I’m one of the most loveable dudes in hip-hop, believe it or not. But you know, he just said the right things, a handshake was involved and that was that. It was two grown men to say ‘Yo, this is Chris Lighty, this is for hip-hop, let’s move on with our lives.’ This is Israel-Palestine. I don’t want to talk crazy but this was going to go bad no matter what. … Unfortunately, it took somebody I love very much and [5[50]ove so much, somebody who tried effortlessy to squash the beef for years.” (Hot 107.9)

Prior to patching things up, Fif found himself engaged in a brief beef with Young Money superstar Lil Wayne.

“Yeah, yeah, but you know what’s interesting, I was just in Las Vegas, I was performing with this thing with Mountain Dew — I did write the Lil Wayne line on the actual song but you know, when I got an issue, it’s clarity in it,” 50 said in a summer 2011 interview. “I never, I don’t really do subliminals. [D[Did I say his name on the song?]o, I didn’t. I’m making references to his actions because I see, within hip-hop culture, I’m watching the artists attempting to be like the audience in order to gain the audience instead of just letting them come to us. That’s even why the urban apparrel business is going away. They dress like the skateboarders. If you’re wearing skinny jeans, that’s ‘their’ culture. That is like clothes the skateboarders would wear. You see what I’m saying? [M[Maybe he likes to skateboard?]eah, I just don’t know gangsters from New Orleans that skateboard. It’s gonna get interesting. If you look at it, like, I ran into [r[rapper]strong>Machine Gun Kelly in Las Vegas while I was out there and — he’s really like a part of that culture. I don’t have a problem with Weezy.” (“The Angie Martinez Show”)

Check out a recent 50 Cent interview below: