(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent's verbal assault on Sean "Diddy" Combs is still ongoing. Forbes' 5th richest Hip Hop mogul fired more shots at the magazine's #1 richest mogul while speaking with DJ Self.
Once again Fiddy takes aim at was he sees as Puff's lack of hits. He states that his success with French Montana's "Pop That" was luck based on the Luke sampled used for the track and adds Diddy's recent single "Big Homie" is not working.
"That is definitely not popping," said 50 about the track. "He said he's Big Meech? Like he's Rich Porter. Puffy's a college student, party promoter. That ain't no gangster."
50 adds falling off a skateboard and hitting your head is the only way someone could think Diddy's Last Train To Paris album is "hot." When asked about keeping New York unified, 50 responds that Diddy is now in Miami.
"Ain't they in Miami now? Ain't he in Miami now?" he sarcastically asked. "He ain't even in New York no more. They on 'Star Island' sniffing everything."
Listen to 50 Cent's interview below.