Things may finally be thawing between 50 Cent and Rick Ross.
Last month, 50 admitted he loves The Bawse's track "BMF" and would like to use it on his upcoming Starz series on the Black Mafia Family. In a new chat with Billboard, Ross said he would clear the track if Fif does something for him.
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If you remember, a few weeks ago, I spoke to @50cent and I asked him his favorite @richforever track after Rozay said years back that Fif’s verse on “Hate It or Love It” was his favorite verse from him. So, in return, 50 said BMF and that he wanted to use the song for the show. In our newest interview, Ross said he would consider clearing the record for the STARZ TV show “Black Mafia Family” if 50 posted a picture of himself at Wingstop with Lemon Pepper Chicken in-hand on Instagram along with a photo of him posing with a Belaire bottle. What do y’all think? Fair trade? I mean the record and show goes hand-in-hand to me. 🤔 #rickross #50cent #bmf #hiphop #rap #billboard
"That's most definitely a discussion Imma have. He reaching out, and I'm going to profit off it. That's what it's about with me. I told him that. He can go to Wingstop and take a picture with a ten-piece lemon pepper," Ross said. "If he do that and post that, I'll really consider clearing the BMF record for his show ... Tell him to take the picture with the Belaire bottle, hold it up and hold it up high. When I see it, tell him for the first time, I’m gonna come to his page and like the pic."
In a recent deposition, Rick Ross explained that he was baffled that 50 Cent took their "rap beef" so seriously.
"Although I have no ill will towards Curtis personally, I believe he truly dislikes me. Engaging in the beef with him was always supposed to be professional and about business. Our beef was meant to be fought primarily with words and rap artistry ... It is obvious that Curtis and I have had our beef over the years, but enough is enough," Ross said in the depostion.
Perhaps 50 Cent may be finally treating his "beef" with Ross in the "professional" way Ross believes he treats it.