(AllHipHop News) The longstanding beef between Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and the Murder Inc. crew involves diss tracks and street drama. Both sides have continued to blast each other for two decades.
50 is once again taking aim at Murder Inc. co-founder Chris Gotti. The latest beef is over a potential biopic about convicted drug dealer Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff.
Gotti spoke to The Outlawz Radio Show about the Supreme movie. He claimed Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx has signed on to play McGriff who is currently serving a life sentence for a $50,000 murder-for-hire plot.
50 Cent got wind of the potential motion picture by the Murder Inc. brand. The G-Unit boss took to Instagram to react to the news.
"This sh*t isn’t even set up at a studio, stop using Jamie name. I talk to him already you can f*cking forget about it Buck O. 🤨 Y’all not even from South Side, get the f*ck outta here. I’m doing that story with Bimmy at STARZ. LOL get ya weight up," posted 50 Cent.
Supreme Team original member Bimmy Antney is apparently working with Fiddy for a project on the Starz network. Antney has called out Chris Gotti's brother Irv Gotti for supposedly getting McGriff locked up.
However, Supreme's son, Kyle McGriff, recently slammed 50 Cent and defended Murder Inc rapper Ja Rule. The younger "Preme" took issue with 50's comments following the death of Chaz "Slim" Williams.
Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff has been accused of being involved in the murder of Run-DMC member Jam Master Jay and ordering a hit on 50 Cent. In 2007, the Supreme Team boss was sentenced to life in prison for conspiring to kill Eric "E-Moneybags" Smith and "Big Nose" Troy Singleton.