50 Cent says that Diddy’s friendship with Rick Ross exists only because The Last Train to Paris album was wack.
By: Taren Vaughan
One of the biggest s—t talkers as far as rappers go, 50 Cent has been offering his often controversial opinion about a number of different happenings in the music industry. He shared his thoughts with KMEL on the Chris Brown-Drake feud, siding with Team Breezy if it ever came to blows:
“I guess it’s ’cause of all the physical things with dancin’ and movin’,” “He be slippin’ and movin’. I don’t see Drake doing that. Chris be havin’ his shirt off. He got one of them MMA fighter looks. Like he might have did karate when he was a kid. He kickin’, doin’ splits and stuff. This could really get interesting.”
And he also weighed in on rap newcomer Chief Keef saying that his style of music had a “hard edge” to it:
“He got that kind of energy,” “He feels street. The things that I’ve heard from him had a hard edge to it. It might be cool [to work with him].”
As he praised the young Keef for being an up and coming lyricist with mad potential, 50 quickly went back to diss mode and had some not so nice words about Diddy’s last album The Last Train to Paris.
In a Power 92 interview that he did, 50 said that the music mogul’s group Diddy-Dirty Money’s last album was extra wack and that Puff became buddies with Rick Ross because of it:
“That Last Train in Paris project sent Puff to be Rick’s buddy because that s–t was garbage. It’s the truth.”
Gotta love 50 Cent with his blunt, yet sometimes straight up rude honesty.
Is Diddy bonding with Rick Ross, whose Maybach Music Group is doing big things, nothing but a way to cover up, as 50 put it, a “garbage” album?