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."
"The reason why he is not botherd because he can't do nothing on wax or In th street.. He knows that it's a diss to him but he is taking the down low approach trying not look like taking a L yahct is not hip hop not rap he is a studio mic…"
"I actually feel a little sorry for the kid. He may be getting money but at the cost of not getting respected as an artist of any type. From the little I have heard from him, his lyrical content is non existent meaning is all bs and his rhymes are so…"
"That was dope. He said, "We done came too far to have a setback. That bullsh*t ain't flyin. You done fell victim to all the lyin." Love it! Great to hear real rappers putting the bs pushers in their place! Hope they keep it coming!…"