All this after Ross— who’s been getting clowned since last year for his alleged past as a Florida corrections officer— released a record called “Mafia Music” where he spits, “I love to pay ya bills, can't wait to pay ya rent/ Curtis Jackson baby mama, I ain't looking for a cent/ Burn the house down.”
Less than a week later 50 Cent, shifting into his now-distinguished bully mode, dropped a reply record called, “Officer Ricky” where he rapped: “Boss,' nigga, you ain't a boss/ Pussy nigga, you're lost/ Listen, Officer Ross.”
On a video released today on Thisis50.com, the rapper explains why he feels Ross took shots at him.
“I ain’t never had a confrontation with these niggas,” 50 said while sitting up in his G-Unit office in Manhattan. “I don’t know these niggas. I know your name, I’ve seen your videos [but] other than that we ain’t got no business together. We ain’t got no reason to even be talking to each other. Niggas think that it’s an opportunity to create energy or an excitement for the actual release of their record. And I understand it, it may be more attention than you usually get but it’ll be the kind of attention where when it goes away, you go away.”
In the video 50 also takes subliminal shots at Lil Wayne’s plans to make a rock album (tentatively-titled Rebirth), and calls DJ Khaled a “faggot.”
See video below:
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