Maybach Music Group’s Gunplay has updated fans on his stance toward G-Unit head 50 Cent following a publicized physical altercation at last year’s BET Hip Hop Awards ceremony.
Despite past issues with Curtis Jackson, Gunplay said he is not focused on the negativity and only moving forward with his music career.
“Nah man,” Gun said when asked if he still has issues with 50 Cent. “I don’t know, we gotta see what happens [if we meet]. At the end of the day, I’m a man first. You know what I’m saying? And I’m not going to be tried by nobody. I don’t care how much money you got, how many people you killed, you know what I mean, we on the same page. … I’m not looking for no trouble, I’m good. I haven’t frowned, I haven’t raised my voice in a minute. I’ve been smiling, moving forward. I’m here.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Last December, the MMG member expressed little interest in 50 when asked about the rapper’s publicized beef with French Montana.
“Listen, I don’t give a flying f*ck about them n*ggas, man. I don’t care if they fight each other, I don’t care. You understand what I’m saying,” Gunplay said in an interview referring to Fif and French. “I don’t even see ’em, they’re nothing to me, nobody is really, I don’t see nobody. I see right through all these c*nts, there’s nothing. I don’t care what this c*nt was talking to this c*nt about, they can sit there and have a c*nt-versation all day, I don’t care. That’s they a**. I f*cks with French, that’s my homie, but where he eats, I don’t sh*t.” (Global Grind)
A month prior, Fif called Gunplay a known drug addict when asked about his BET altercation.
“The other boy, you’ve gotta junkie. You’ve got a boy being high and out of pocket. That’s what happened,” Fif said in an interview. “[I saw a video of you with Gunplay’s chain.] Nah, you didn’t see me. Nah, that wasn’t me. Listen, ‘he’ can’t protect you in the real world. Right? He can’t protect you in the real world. I wasn’t talking to you, I was talking to myself. Lil Tunechi. [laughs] You didn’t even know where that was from. ‘You know he can’t protect you from the real world, right?’ [laughs] ‘Are you threatening me?’ ‘No, I was talking to myself.’ [laughs] That was some crack up sh*t, man.” (Booska-P)
Footage of Curtis Jackson rocking Gunplay’s alleged MMG chain bubbled online last fall.
This doesn’t seem to be dying down anytime soon. Following their much-publicized run-in at the BET Hip-Hop Awards taping in Atlanta, Gunplay confirmed on NY radio that his MMG chain was taken. By the looks of this newly released footage, the diamond-encrusted MMG piece that was in G-Unit affiliate Mike Knox‘s hands is now in the possession of 50 Cent. Recently, 50 went out for a night of bowling at Lucky Strike in D.C. with his new piece. (Miss Info TV)
Check out Gunplay’s interview: