Rick Ross on 50 Cent: "I'm the Biggest L He Ever Took" (UPDATE)

Their feud will never end.

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UPDATE 9:45PM: It looks like 50 Cent may have shared a response to Rick Ross' comments from earlier today in the form of an Instagram post. While 50 doesn't call out Ross by name, the photo and accompanying caption are certainly laced with aggression. "When it's all said and done, I will have his HEAD," he wrote. "I said I was gonna talk less and do more this year, watch it play out."

See below for the original story.

Rick Ross recently sat down with Rolling Stone for an in-depth interview where he talked about his love for AdeleDJ Khaled doing what he does bestStar WarsDonald Trump, and much more. Specifically on Trump, Ross said that he wouldn't wish violence against anyone and that his line about him on Black Market was actually "lyrical assassination," rather than actual physical violence.

Of course, Ross was asked about 50 Cent and their beef, which has been going on for years. "At this point, my relationship with Curtis is really amusing, due to the fact that I'm the biggest L he ever took," Ross said. "When it comes to Curtis, it's just unfortunate," he continued. "I'm not happy that his boxing company went under. I'm not happy that his clothing company went under. I'm not happy his record label went under. I'm not happy that he went bankrupt. I'm not happy that he doesn't have a relationship with his son." Those are some pretty harsh words from Ross that will probably not go over well with 50.

Ross also talked about the craziness that is DJ Khaled, and documented exactly what happened when Khaled got lost on his jet ski leaving his house. The story is literally insane: 


On some current hip-hop news, Ross said that he wants the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album really bad. "If I gotta buy it back from RZA and bootleg it for the people, I'll do it — just for me and the real Wu-Tang fans that still put "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta Fuck Wit" in rotation when they want to pop shit," Ross said. The album is currently in the possession of Martin Shkreli, who bought it from RZA for $2 million. You can read Ross' full interview with Rolling Stone here

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