Rick Ross on 50: "He's a Parody of Hip-Hop"
Fed up with 50 Cent's recent antics outside of the vocal booth, Miami rapper Rick Ross is speaking out on his verbal and now personal feud with the Queens mogul.
Yesterday, 50 released an 8 minute video with Tia Kemp, the mother of Rick Ross' 2 year old son.
In the clip, Kemp claims her child's father is a fraud who doesn't provide for his family.
Later, 50 took the woman a lavish shopping spree and insulted Ross' mother.
Last night, Ross called in to Hot 97's Miss Info and argued 50's actions should not take attention away from the lyrical battle.
"We not gonna let Curly (50 Cent) distract us from the fact 'Mafia Music' ended his career,' Ross declared. "The man has not charted a #1 record in Lord knows how long."
Addressing Dr. Dre and Eminem, Ross claimed the two superstars are hurting their legacies by their close association with 50.
"He makes Dr. Dre look like a [expletive]. I got Cool and Dre. Eminem is a genius," Ross explained. "The worst move he could've done is be affiliated with such a monkey. He's (50 Cent) a parody of Hip-Hop. I'm speaking from the streets."
Last night, 50 Cent also called in to Hot 97, speaking with Funkmaster Flex.
The mogul claimed that he has secured a tell-all book deal for Tia Kemp, and that his recent attack was based on Ross' previous demand for 50 to "come with something better within 48 hours."
Both artists are scheduled to drop two anticipated LPs within one month of each other: 50 Cent's Before I Self-Destruct in March, and Ross' Deeper Than Rap in April.
At press time, neither rapper would confirm if more diss records are forthcoming.