Earlier this month, Rick Ross declared that his longstanding beef with 50 Cent was dead

"This situation is dead, it’s beneath me on a lot of levels,” Ross said on Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning. “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 ain’t nobody you want to come see. That’s just life.”

Clearly 50 Cent does not agree with Rick Ross. The G-Unit rapper interrupted an interview taking place on This Is 50 Radio to make fun of the projected album sales for Rick Ross' new album Black Market. 50 Cent jumped into the interview and began reading aloud that Ross' album is projected to sell just over 34,000 copies.

"Is that a rock or is that a brick?" 50 Cent asked. "34,388 copies and you know they went and bought some. Anybody would've panicked when you saw the number trending."

Once 50 Cent took over the interview, the focus turned towards his recent moves. 50  just released his new mixtape, The Kanan Tape, and recently announced he was developing a sitcom for Fox.

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