Bad Boy Records' French Montana has put an end to the 50 Cent beef chatter, recently ironing out where they really stand and how serious their rap dispute is.
Rather than embrace the negative implications or tensions their publicized dispute has sparked, Montana said their issues are nothing more than a war of words.
"I try to keep it entertaining," Montana said, referring to the dispute. "Me and him don't got no real problems. I guess I had said something in an interview he read and you know he probably just be looking for anything, he read it, sent the tweet out and I sent the tweet back but ain't no problem with him. 50 is 50. Yeah, [laughs], you know, jean shorts with the knee caps showing. [Did he really wear jean shorts?] Man, there's probably a couple of photos out there on the Internet, I seent it. Yeah, ain't no beef, man. You know I've been doing good. I had a great year, I want to keep going. That man already did his thing, I feel like it's my turn now. That's all it is. Yeah, I don't want to go back and forth with him, he already did his thing now it's my turn, let me eat." ("The Angie Martinez Show")