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Rick Ross On 50 Cent: 'Get Rich Or Die Trying...Now You Bankrupt'

And he compares the Drake/Meek beef to his 50 Cent feud.

Drake and Meek Mill's beef has dominated rap headlines all year, but Rick Ross feels like he's seen it all before.

You know how some people are doubting whether Mill can come back after seemingly losing the Drizzy battle? Well, Rozay faced similar doubts during his own beef with 50 Cent (which is kind of ongoing), but these days, he feels like he's winning. So, the MMG boss isn't worried about how people perceive Mill right now.

"I was perceived once to be losing to an artist or in a battle," Ross told Power 105. "I tripled my worth in less than 12 months. So when you're a person in my position, with my experience, there's a lot of good things that can come from this."

During the Q&A, Ross -- who recently compared the Meek and Drake saga to high school -- went further into his own beef by addressing his longtime nemesis 50 Cent's bankruptcy.

"Get rich or die tryin' and now you bankrupt," the Maybach boss said. "You could come back here tomorrow and explain it and say, 'I'm doing this. I'm doing that.' Stop. There's holes in your roof, fam."

But Rozay maintained that their feud isn't personal and even encouraged Fif to get money, something he says he was able to do after their feud exploded. You might recall 50 clowned Rozay in a ton of ways: the "Pimpin' Curly" disses, the "Officer Ricky" taunts. But it all only acted as fuel, according to Ross.

"That's what drove me as an artist," he explained. "As an artist, sometimes that's what it may take to drive you and take you to the next level...It may take some type of challenge or motivation."

As for Meek? Rozay's confident Mill he'll have the same type of end result, noting that DC4 is on its way and that the Philly MMG star has "phenomenal" music coming.