[artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist] lined up almost all of [artist id="860639"]50 Cent's[/artist] musical foes for a remix of "Mafia Music." [artist id="508987"]Ja Rule[/artist], [artist id="1833864"]the Game[/artist] and [artist id="611"]Fat Joe[/artist] all send ill will toward the G-Unit on the song, which hit the Net over the weekend.
"I f---ed you up once, f---ed you twice, and you still talking sh--," Rule raps on the record. "Curly, get off my di--."
Fat Joe threatens the Unit and references the infamous 50 Cent chain-snatching incident in Africa, when a fan jumped onstage and grabbed Fif's bling.
"Still went to Africa, still wore the big chain," Joe raps. "Where you got robbed at, n---a, on the same stage."
Ross gets really personal on the song, name-checking 50's son in the song and claiming to have the boy's mother in a hotel suite.
"I put a million on it, this pu--- don't want it," Ross declares. "Show up in his 'hood with the wolves by the morning."
There is one glaring omission on the "Mafia Music" remix: estranged Unit member [artist id="1214257"]Young Buck[/artist].
"Young Buck is my homie," Ross told MTV News recently in New York. "I ain't even ask Young Buck to get on the remix, because I'm a business man. I understand the position Young Buck is in. ... I wouldn't even ask him to be a part of that for his business' sake. Handle your business, Buck. Whatever you need from me, I got you. Other than that, we'll ride later."
Ross' Deeper Than Rap drops April 21.