Did we mention that Curtis is back to his old tricks again? Well, Curtis is back to his old tricks again. A few days ago, French Montana conducted an interview with Insanul Ahmed of Complex and dropped what seemed to be a light comment about 50 Cent when discussing the idea of rap beef not selling anymore like it used to.
"You should avoid beef if you trying to make money. People get scared when you try to beef with people. In general, [even in street s**t] nobody want to stand next to you if somebody about to shoot you," French told Complex. "They [used to] do that with 50 because 50 was the bank. They knew he was going to win. People ain't doing that [anymore]."
50 took to his Twitter account to respond to French Montana stating "French, your s**t is so weak, you never had a song by yourself fool. Ain't nobody waiting to hear your verse, girl." He added, "you out of your league talking about me you hoe. I read your little interview what the f**k is you high? You [might as well] catch this fade boy. Do you realize this fool French Montana hasn't sold one record and talking about sales."
French Montana responded via his Twitter and references one of 50 Cent's breakout songs, "Wanksta," by stating "damn homie, last year you was the man homie, the f**k happened to you?"
50 Cent and French Montana were seen just as recently as two weeks ago taking pictures together at the BET Hip-Hop Awards alongside Machine Gun Kelly, and Red Cafe. Despite French's loose affiliation with rival group, Maybach Music, all seemed to be love at that point. My how have things changed.
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