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Rick Ross Would Record With 50 Cent If He Still Had Value, Fiddy Replies



Rick Ross Thinks Fiddy Doesn’t Have Value Anymore 

50 Cent and Rick Ross feud is from way back, the two dissed each other on tracks back in 2008. fiddy also had an interview with Rick Ross baby mama which eventually resulted in a s* x tape that he later released in attempt to throw jabs at Rozay.
Rick Ross’ baby mama sued 50 cent for defamation back then and he was forced to pay up some bucks. Rick Ross also sued Fiddy for sampling ‘In Da Club’ but the case was thrown out by court.

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The two have been avoiding each other lately as we’ve not heard any sort of diss lately. Rick Ross has been gearing up for his upcoming album ‘Port Of Miami 2’. He’s been granting interviews and weighing on several issues in the Hip Hop world.
Rick Ross made headlines when he tried squashing beef between Lil Wayne and Pusha T by putting them on the same track without their consent. He’s been trying to make things work out between rappers that are not in good terms lately.

Rick Ross was asked during an interview session with Big Boy’s Neighborhood if he could still collaborate with 50 Cent and he replied : “Honestly, I’m a businessman, If 50 Cent still had value, I may have been done it, but not being funny. Not on no…he ain’t that dude no more.”
He added, “We was ridin’ through L.A. smokin’ to “Hate It or Love It” yesterday…that sh*t was dope. Salute to Cool & Dre, that’s Miami who did the production. Game, 50 Cent, that was dope. If he was still making music like that, of course. One of my dogs could hit me, Drake could hit me,” Ross continued. “And say Rozay, I got 50 on the record. If he was still dope like he was eight years ago, Rozay’ll lace that ’cause I’m on fire. It don’t matter who on the record.”

50 Cent in response to Rick Ross remarks told Complex  “I don’t know what his value is to music culture at this moment,” he said adding, “I never made music with him. I don’t have interest in making music with him.”

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“A lot of these guys, even when you make reference to music culture and stuff like that, they’re one-trick ponies, so they’re going to be gone. In hip hop, they say it’s not what have you done, what have you done for me lately, right? So you could get next to the guys that got momentum and try and survive based on that. But, it’s not a lot going on there.”

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