You know things aren't looking good when your enemy's enemy is laughing at you.
While [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist] contends he's not yet excited by anything [artist id="860639"]50 Cent[/artist] has thrown his way, the [artist id="1833864"]Game[/artist]
— 50 Cent's former protégé and constant thorn in the side — sure is.
"For the first time in four years, I'm kind of low-key riding with 50 on this one," he said. "For the first time in four years, I'm siding with this dude."
The Game said things are not looking good for Ross. He laughed about the most recent 50 Cent video, in which 50 took the mother of Ross' son shopping after she revealed some personally damaging details about their relationship.
"He's taking [Ross'] baby momma shopping," the Game laughed. "She's trying on fur coats, and he got the Stevie Wonder jam in the background."
Since Rick Ross released "Mafia Music," the track that threw the initial jab at 50, he has been on the receiving end of a verbal beatdown. Fif released his own dis track, "Officer Ricky," and followed it with a taunting YouTube video. 50 also released an animated clip addressing Ross on ThisIs50.com.
Ross hasn't been nearly as active. "We gonna give him 48 hours," Ross told Shade 45's Angela Yee. "Time to come up with another [track]!" He also called Hot 97 to speak with Miss Info on Monday and released a video for "Mafia Music," which took a subtle shot at 50.
The Game did offer to help Ross out, telling the Miami rapper to get in touch with him as soon as possible. "Rick Ross, reach out to my folks. If you can't, find Eddie Francis up in Seattle. Call him, and then have him call me up on three-way so I can get you up out of this mess.
"Rick Ross, holla at your boy, man," Game continued. "50 eating you, boy."