The two went back and forth on Instagram, with things getting real as 50 commented that he was going to come for him in person after Rozay mentioned his older son. It doesn’t look like the two ever came face-to-face, however.
The Black Market rapper finally opened up on his long-running beef with 50 Cent during a sit-down interview with Hot 97 while promoting his upcoming album.
He told the hosts, “This situation is dead, it’s beneath me on a lot of levels. I made that statement on IG and I meant it… it’s the truth and I meant it. And I’m still processing the application, and if you ever want to see Rozay you could book me. I’ll come to you mama house…I’ll bring Wingstop too. So for the 20th time, I never entertain that, you should never entertain that. Rozay is a man you should never want to just see.”
It looks like Ross is over the situation, despite there still possibly being some tension.
Ross’ Black Market album drops this Friday. Watch his two interviews at the station above.