On Sunday, the G-Unit juggernaut posted a collage to Instagram — in one half of the pic, Diddy is hugging music executive (and 50 Cent foe Steve Stoute), and in the second half, Diddy and Rick Ross are shot from an angle that makes it look as if the two are about to kiss.
"I ain't saying nothing, but something ain't right. Lmao," Fif captioned the pic, implying that the three men were gay.
"Was he in his Pimpin' Curly mode? If he wasn't in Pimpin' Curly, I ain't really moved," Ross shot back on Thursday morning (March 6) when he appeared on the Breakfast Club morning show on Power 105 in New York.
The Pimpin' Curly reference dates back to 2009, when the 50 and Ross beef first started to pick up. In addition to the songs that he released that dissed Ross, 50 donned a wig and transformed into Pimpin' Curly in a series of viral sketch comedy videos meant to poke fun at Ross.
Rozay, who is out promoting his new LP, Mastermind, admitted that he never saw 50's post, but he wasn't amused.
"We don't got time for that. Check the scoreboard: we running the numbers up high," he said. "Put the wigs on for us, , that's when we enjoyed it and we laughed. Put the wigs on, go back to that. Other than that, we gonna keep getting this money."