French Montana is inching closer to his Bad Boy release date for Excuse My French due out on May 21. His latest single, “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’,” is picking up pace to be another heater. Sitting down with MTV Hive, French spoke about his new album—but more importantly addressed Ross’ controversial lyrics on “U.O.E.N.O.”

Later on, French reveals an interesting story about hanging out with Miley Cyrus. Apparently, they bonded over smoking weed and are planning to work together. You can add another one to Miley’s bucket list.

On Ross' "U.O.E.N.O." Verse:

"I feel like a lot of people did worse than that and people didn’t judge them. They could’ve taken it light on him, understanding that it was a mistake. People make mistakes; we all human. That’s about it. As far as Ross, I know him personally. I know he’s a great guy. He’s like a big brother to me and I’m a big fan of Reebok. I can’t wait for them to cut me one of them big checks."

On "Working On Something" With Miley Cyrus:

"That’s my dog. That’s my peoples. We became friends at the Clive Davis Grammy party. I was sitting there with Puff. She was sitting there with Wiz [Khalifa]. She just kept looking at me laughing, I kept on looking at her laughing. I said, “What you laughing at?” She said, “I know you high like me.” After that, we became mad cool. I went over to the studio, just kicking it."