When it comes to battling, [artist id="860639"]50 Cent[/artist] lives by a strict philosophy:
“If a person wants a problem, I can accept that and give them a bigger problem than they actually want.”
A videotaped interview between 50 Cent and radio personality Big Boy hit Big’s Web site on Wednesday (April 8), and the G-Unit General spoke more on his feud with Rick Ross. 50 predicted that Ross’ album Deeper Than Rap will flop, and that’s when the Queens superstar will “have a field day on his a–” with more disses.
“People are paying more attention to me and Rick Ross feuding than his actual records. His sales will reflect that,” 50 told Big in the backseat of a vehicle en route to his house.
When asked about a vlog that Ross recently put out saying an employee of 50 offered the Miami Bawse half a million dollars to stop throwing lyrical jabs at the G-Unit (Ross said he would accept the money to stop dissing 50, but not G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo), 50 laughed it off.
“I saw that on YouTube,” 50 said with a smile. “He made that up — I don’t think anybody interpreted that as if it was true. People looked at that like, ‘Huh? … How much more of a fool can you make of yourself?’ People look at it like, now you can’t take anything from him serious.”
(Ross recently said that he’s enlisted Lil Wayne for a
50 Cent dis track called “Valley of Death.” )
50 also said that getting extorted by another to end a feud was the opposite of his character. He loves the back and forth.
“I competed with them just to keep the culture active,” 50 said. “Ask me: Do I need [to beef with] a Rick Ross? I don’t have a release date right now.”