Who Won: Rick Ross Or 50 Cent?
Today Rick Ross declared victory over his arch-nemesis, 50 Cent. And although the gates of hell didn’t open up to engulf the G-Unit general once he was “disposed of” by the Bawse, did he – indeed – put a nail in the coffin of Curtis Jackson‘s rap career? Find out after the jump.
“After you crush such a huge donkey, you have to reap the benefits of going to war. Just like when David beat Goliath, I’m pretty sure when he went back to town the ladies had bread and wine and he fornicated and it was just the best life,” he told RealTalkNY.com [HHDX].
Way to use scripture on them, Officer Ricky! The battle between 50 and Rawse gave the internet a lot of comedic material. There was “Deeper Than Snacks,” the real Freeway Ricky Ross giving his take on Willie Roberts, and that was all a direct result of Fif’s genius.
He not only ended a new level to the “diss,” he showed to what lengths he’d go to win in a “battle.” If it was truly “deeper than rap”, then the noted Queens bully stepped his beast-mode up to another level by bringing Rawse’s baby mama up to New York and spoiled her… much to the chagrin of the Wild Wild Web.
But Rawse says that because his album had more success on the charts, he easily did away with his foe. Correct me if I’m wrong, didn’t he NOT drop an album yet? Wouldn’t that constitute a battle if both albums were able to wage war on Billboard? Kind of like how Fif and Kanye did it?
My last question is what if 50 doesn’t even address the situation on this Before I Self Destruct album? Do the events that kept these two’s issues in the spotlight carry weight in the grand scheme of things?
Share your thoughts in the comments section! Who do you think won this battle – 50 Cent or Rick Ross?