Rick Ross Claims He Is “The Biggest Loss 50 Cent Ever Took”
The beef between 50 Cent and Rick Ross has played out on wax, on camera and in courtrooms. Though it has turned downright ugly at times and both have said reprehensible things about one another, Rozay claims he doesn't wish any ill will towards his enemy and says that he makes him happy. That happiness seems to stem from Ross' belief that he came out on top in his spat with the Queens rapper.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Renzel was asked what he thought about Fifty's recent taunts of Black Market's first week sales and the MMG rapper answered that he is "the biggest L [50 Cent] ever took":
"At this point, my relationship with Curtis is really amusing, due to the fact that I'm the biggest L he ever took," said the rapper. "I'm still enjoying life. My kids love me. I'm blessed. And when it comes to Curtis, it's just unfortunate. I'm not happy that his boxing company went under. I'm not happy that his clothing company went under. I'm not happy his record label went under. I'm not happy that he went bankrupt. I'm not happy that he doesn't have a relationship with his son. That's not something to be happy about. But to see him parading around, still able to hold his head up every day, with all of that weighing on him — that makes me happy. I admire him for being able to hold his head up in a city that has revoked all of his passes. We've had a quite enjoyable past, and I still smile when I see him."
The quote can be perceived as tongue-in-cheek based on the two heavyweight MC's history, but we'll take Rozay's word for it for now. Rolling Stone plugged in a few more beef-related questions and got Ross's thoughts on the problems between Drake and Meek Mill.
"You know, I didn't like it, but I've seen worse," he said. "I'm glad they kept it relatively smooth. As a fan, I always enjoyed beef — not the loss of B.I.G. and Tupac, but the competition."
"I can't fucking believe that guy," he started. "I live on an island, and it's difficult to find. So I'm sitting there with three or four girls, waiting for my food, and I hear one of the chicks say, 'You've got company.' I'm like, 'What the fuck?' Because my home is gated and shit. So I look up, and I see DJ Khaled waving his arms! I walked out there in disbelief — I had to snatch my ankle monitor out of the wall where it was charging — and I invited him in and had my chef make him some food. I said, "I know you're hungry, come on." Then I had some shit I had to go do right up the street. By the time I came back, they told me Khaled left. It was fucking dark, and he wasn't answering my calls. He got lost out there for, like, three hours! I told him, 'Man, you're fucking crazy.'"
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