First Meek Mill and Wale, now Rick Ross and 50 Cent. Over the weekend, 50 Cent reignited his feud with Rick Ross by taking a jab at the rapper's love life and career. He also made a joke about Mill's battle with Drake over the summer.
50 Cent supposedly began the feud Friday by posting an Instagram photograph of Ross' tattooed chest on a T-shirt telling his fans that he was going to start selling the shirt for $2.95. According to E Online, 50 Cent eventually deleted the post, but Ross still responded to the jab by making fun of 50 Cent filing for bankruptcy protection.
The "Window Shopper" rapper, who first feuded with Ross in 2009, responded by making fun of Ross and model Lira Galore ending their engagement over rumors Galore cheated.
"Ok this is a good movie: A correctional officer who raps like a drug dealer till he believes it," 50 Cent wrote in a now-deleted post. "Then kidnaps and beats his groundskeeper as his records sales dwindle to nothing. So he marries a 22 year old stripper his crew already ran threw to make sure someone will visit him. LMAO. Wait I want to buy the movie rights."
The Maybach Music Group (MMG) owner responded by dragging 50 Cent's son into their beef. Posting a photo of expensive cars, Ross wrote: "@50Cent your son applied to be an intern at @untouchablemmg and it Will be processed. As you well know I got 40 cars/200 acres and a mower w/his name on it. #ImWhatYouUsedToBe #BLACKMARKET Dec. 4."
The pair's feud then spilled over into Saturday when both rappers continued to slam each other over Twitter.
— BlackBottleBoy (@rickyrozay) November 7, 2015
This how you look _ when DRAKE DID YA MAN DIRTY. LMAO THIS THE NEW… https://t.co/qgrHxOiIXl
— 50cent (@50cent) November 7, 2015
Many will recall that Ross' MMG members Wale and Meek Mill had a feud last month when Wale said during a radio interview that the "All Eyes On You" rapper lost his battle with Drake.
Ross quickly jumped in the feud and said the two rappers had squashed it, but Mill took one last jab at Wale last week when he accused the "Matrimony" rapper of being jealous of him.