DRAMA: French Montana Talks Shit About 50 Cent, 50 Cent Responds

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French Montana is currently gracing the cover of Fader following the enormous success of his single “Pop That” earlier this Summer. He is arguably amongst the biggest names in hip hop at this time and as a result, people want to know how he feels about everyone else in the game. Now, of course the classy thing to do would be to keep his thoughts for the booth, but Montana recently let loose to Complex about his thoughts on 50 Cent, stating:

“I feel like beef hurt him. I feel like it helped Ross unite people. That’s why Maybach Music is one of the biggest labels. It just makes sense…Of course, Ross is on his fifth album. And like I said, he’s only getting bigger. This is going to be Ross’ first platinum album. He never went platinum. So when 50 came up, 50 sold 10 million. Then after his first album he just kept on going down. You think 50 could come out and sell 10 million now?” (Via HHDX)

50 Cent chose to respond to Montana’s remarks by posting the following message on Twitter:

French Montana you ain’t Sh!t boy. You out your league talking about me you hoe.i read your little interview what the fucx is you high. French your Sh!t so weak you never had a song by your self fool. Ain’t nobody’s waiting to hear your verse. Girl. @frenchmontana you mine’s well come catch this fade boy. Do you realize this fool @Frenchmontana hasn’t sold one record and talking about sales. Im not tweeting about this little fool No more.I’m a see him and he gonna explain that’s it.

50 has a point, of course, but that doesn’t mean Montana is about to back down. Taking to Twitter with a direct response, Montana recently posted:

This all comes on the heels of a slow burn rivalry building between 50’s crew and members of the Maybach Music Group. No direct response from members of MMG has been issued at this time, but 50 was recently spotted bowling while wearing Gunplay‘s (the artist he fought with at the BET Awards) MMG chain. You can view the footage after the jump.

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