Rick Ross makes a backhanded compliment to 50 Cent about how much money he purportedly made from “BMF.”
We’re all aware of 50 Cent and Rick Ross‘ long-running feud and how ugly it’s become over time. Both rappers are successful in their own right, yet they still hold grudges towards one another. Rozay spoke with GQ’s Frazier Tharpe about all the hot things around him, including his dispute with 50 Cent, following the release of his new studio album Richer Than I Ever Been.
When asked if he would ever perform another Verzuz duel against 50, Rozay responded that was a question for Fif.
“You got to ask yourself would he come and do a Verzuz with Rozay. I mean, you got to ask yourself honestly, would he come and stand next to Rozay in the arena or wherever it would be?” asked Ross. “That’s really your question. I don’t even think it’s a question of if I would do it. That shit light.”
The interviewer refuted his claims “Rozay responded to his “that shitlight” remark by reminding him that they’re talking about 50 Cent, to which he replied, “Come on, now.” I helped in increasing the number of viewers on his shows. He didn’t do anything on TV, guy.” The Florida rapper then allegedly paid his opponent a backhanded compliment by stating how much money he made from BMF.
“Man, I saw the first [episode of BMF]. I was just trying to support the homie [Big] Meech, the n***as in the street,” said Ross. “I’m a real n***a. I could put [my issues with 50] to the side. I know he may have made a quarter million off the whole season. I’m happy he made that quarter. [Interviewer laughs at the comment.] You know that’s what he made. Why you laughing like that? And make sure you put all these details in. I’ll never let you interview me again if you take that out. Keep it. But, look I know he made 250k off the whole season, and that’s good. Tell him I said, ‘Congratulations.'”
Ross also talked about his hilarious Instagram posts, in which he regularly raps along to songs by his opponents.
“You know it’s rough out there. Sometimes you just got to be honest,” he said about a specific clip of him rapping to a Lloyd Banks song and drinking Belaire. “Tell Lloyd that I’ll let him come to the promised land, and I’ll have a conversation with him. I don’t have no problem with Lloyd Banks.”
The whole interview can be found at the link below.