Rick Ross Appears To Taunt 50 Cent With Kenneth McGriff Jr. Link-Up
Rick Ross has taken the latest step in the years-long beef he’s had with 50 Cent by linking up with the son of another one of Fif’s rivals, Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.
In a video shared to Instagram by Supreme Jr. on Thursday (December 7), Rozay is all smiles as he receives a jacket that reads “Supreme Team” on the back.
“BIG bro said we just getting warmed up,” Supreme Jr. wrote in the caption. “Don’t get scared now. Double M Everybody can’t go. We smiling because we getting a lot of money. World Famous Supreme Team @fredfrenchy you that guy. Love you bro. Who had a bigger year than me. Don’t worry I’ll wait.”
You can check out the video below:
People in the comments were less than impressed, with many noting they believe Rozay only linked with the infamous drug dealer’s son get at 50 Cent.
“You’re a pawn … he only did this bc he’s goin at it wit 50 right now,” one person wrote, while another said: “Bro got flown out to be a bottle girl.”
A third person added: “They trying so hard to piss Fif off [laughing emojis].”
50 Cent and Rick Ross have been embroiled in a feud dating back to the late 2000s. The fallout reportedly began in 2008 when 50 apparently gave Rozay the ice grill at an event. However, 50 later denied the encounter ever took place.
Their back and forth has since continued to this day, with the most recent jab from 50 happening just a day prior to Ross and Supreme Jr.’s linkup.
Meanwhile, 50 Cent’s beef with Kenneth McGriff goes back even further. The notorious drug lord, also known as “Supreme,” was allegedly behind the plot to murder the G-Unit mogul in 2000 when he was famously shot nine times.
Supreme allegedly took issue with the rapper’s 1999 track “Ghetto Qur’an,” which namechecked McGriff and several other figures involved in organized crime in New York.
McGriff was also allegedly involved in the murder of Jam Master Jay, who had begun mentoring a young 50. He was also close to Murder Inc. heads Irv Gotti and Ja Rule, who had an intense feud with 50 during the early 2000s.
According to documents released by U.S. investigators, McGriff and Murder Inc. allegedly plotted to assassinate 50 in 2000 and there was an ongoing plot that continued on as late as 2003. 50 has never cooperated with prosecutors regarding his shooting.
Gotti would later be charged with money laundering McGriff’s drug money, but was found not guilty at trial.
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Just last month, 50 Cent fans issued a warning to Fat Joe after he was spotted linking up with McGriff’s son while rocking a jacket similar to the one just gifted to Rick Ross.
“That’s Supreme Team, baby. You can’t get more official than this, more authentic than this. You be kidding yourself, man,” the Terror Squad rapper says in a video while standing next to Supreme Jr.
The footage quickly sparked speculation that Joe and 50 could start feuding once more after squashing their beef in 2012, with many fans pointing out that the G-Unit mogul is not one to forget any perceived slights.
“This ain’t gonna sit right with 50,” one person commented on the post, while another said: “Dam the beef fina start up all over again.”
Someone else criticized Joe for hanging out with McGriff knowing his family’s history with 50: “I’ve NEVER seen a dude play both sides of the fence the way he does.”