Rick Ross and Meek Mill have been doing media rounds in promotion of their new album “Too Good To Be True” dropping this Friday. During a conversation with Speedy Morman on the Complex 360 show, Ross addressed his ongoing feud with 50 Cent and expressed doubt about the possibility of reconciliation.
Meek Mill, who was also present in the conversation, agreed, suggesting that beef is not a wise investment for either artist given their financial success. Ross then claimed that 50 Cent is struggling financially, stating, “and I ain’t got no jobs for him or nothing.”
When the host argued that 50 Cent doesn’t need a job, Rick Ross countered, “Sure he do.”
The conversation then shifted to Rick Ross’ admiration for 50 Cent’s 2005 track “Hate It Or Love.” He admits to being a fan of the song, produced by Cool & Dre, particularly for the line where 50 Cent references his mother kissing a girl. However, Ross insists, “I’ma sh*t on homie. He’s not getting no money. Keep laughing because this is funny. When he comes here, if he ever comes here, say ‘how you feel about Rozay getting all that money.'”
Meek Mill concluded the discussion by stating that this beef is likely to persist “Forever.”
Watch the clip below.
Ross’ comments come on the heels of his criticism of 50 Cent for continuously linking Diddy to 2Pac’s murder, particularly after Keefe D’s recent arrest. This follows Fat Joe’s statements that it is wrong for rappers to involve law enforcement in their beefs.
50 Cent has yet to respond to Rick Ross’ latest jabs, but it’s anticipated that he will. Their feud has been ongoing since the late 2000s, with the first signs emerging in 2008 when Ross released a track titled “Mafia Music,” containing a line perceived as a diss to 50 Cent. 50 Cent responded with “Officer Ricky (Go Head, Try Me),” and the two rappers continued to exchange barbs over the years.
In a previous interview on Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning, 50 Cent claimed he has no problem with Ross and would have “got him by now” if he was chasing him. He expressed confusion about why people continue to bring up their beef.
Watch the full interview below.