MissInfo then released an interview of Rick Ross on Tuesday February 3 (This interview actually took place the Saturday before) "This chat actually preceded the release of the infamous “Curtis and Tia go to the Furrier” video, but clearly, Rick Ross already knew that had happened because he refers to his baby mom’s shopping trip."
Foxy Brown jumped in the beef and gave 50 24Hrs to retract his rap line
On 50 Cent's diss track, he says, "The cop f**ked a fox." The line, although scant, refers to a brief, personal relationship Rick Ross and Brown had. It also refers to Ross' past as a correctional officer.
Brown's representative stated, "Foxy is giving that n***a 24 hour [period] to retract that statement or she's going handle [him] Brooklyn Style."
Ahead of the release of the retrospective ‘10 Years Of Akala’ album on 23rd September and off the back of releasing new visuals for ‘Carried Away’, ‘Mr Fire In the Booth’ himself drops a brand new track taken from the album via a radio premiere with Mistajam on his BBC 1 Xtra show. ‘Giants’ is also Charlie Sloth’s ‘Record Of The Week’ on 1 Xtra this week and was premiered with The Guardian last Friday.This track’s credentials as a party banger are clearly evident, coupled with a deeper social…See More
"Thesse MMG nigggas are delusional. Meek aint loosin!!!...Thats they funniest shiit I heard all year. "Back to Back" was nominated for a Grammy for God sake. He been getting shiited on & laughed at for 2 yrs straight & still had…"