Rapper Rick Ross has aligned three of 50 Cents former rivals on a new remix for his track Mafia Music, taken from his upcoming album Deeper Than Rap.
The new remix features a verse from The Game, Ja Rule and Fat Joe, three rappers 50 Cent has violently feuded with in the past.
50 Cent has made numerous mentions of Ja Rule and Fat Joe during his latest feud with Rick Ross, which has included raps, cartoons, court documents and pornographic videos from both camps.
While The Game avoids any out right mentions of beef or 50 Cent, Ja Rule wastes no time dissing 50 Cent and gets straight to the point on his verse.
Curly [50 Cent] get off my d**k/before that chopper (AK-47) gets to poppin off/at ni**as who be mouthing off/read in between the lines when you hear me talk go ahead get out of line/this Rule York
Fat Joe comes out swinging, with lines directed at 50 Cents co-horts Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Whoo Kid, Chris Lighty and Nelson Gomez.
Still went to Africa/Still wore the big chain/where you got robbed at/ni**a on the same stage/I say s**t that you cant say/cause I am not a snitch/I aint b**ch made
Rick Ross starts his verse by stating : David, meet Goliath," and then follows with a verse where he reveals details about his drug dealing past, in addition to name checking 50 Cent, as well as his son Marquis.
Ill put a milli on it/this p**sy dont want it/show up in his hood with the wolves by the morning Once you cross that line, it aint about North and South, Rick Ross says at the end about his alliance. Its about money and power. Riders and punks. My money is long as 183rd street aka Miami Gardens.
Ross also ends the latest version of Mafia Music with a prayer from the bible, Psalm 27:1.