AceShowbiz - 50 Cent doesn't show any sign of ending his feud with French Montana anytime soon. The rapper/actor has just taken a dig at the Morocco-born star following the latter's accusations that he paid for his Hollywood Walk of Fame star last month.
Stopping by Power 105's "The Breakfast Club" on Friday, February 14, the "Power" star/co-creator was asked if French's accusation is true. Denying the "Unforgettable" hitmaker's claim, Fif said, "I don't know what's wrong with that kid."
He further shared his thoughts on why French said such thing about him, blaming it on French's alleged use of drugs. "Something's just wrong with him. It's the drugs. I think it's the drugs, getting high and just saying stuff," the "In da Club" rapper said, before adding, "Because he didn't have to say anything."
50 Cent also denied that he punched French outside of the club in Miami. "I didn't do that," he said. As for his issue with French and his Bugatti car, Fif claimed that French bought a 2008 car and its worthless.
The feud between 50 Cent and French Montana started on Instagram before New Year when Fifty scoffed at French after the latter showed off a Bugatti that he purchased to celebrate his release from hospital. Fifty said the vehicle was not worth flaunting since it's neither new nor the latest model. "You shoulda just got the Uber app on ya phone," he commented. "Put that bulls**t back on that truck."
Earlier this month, ahead of the Super Bowl, the two rappers were reportedly involved in an altercation at club ELEVEN in Miami. French later denied that he got punched by Fif, saying, "Tell people the real story. I went to the club you was hosting. You heard I was coming, you walked out the back. I wish he would touch me."
On the same day of his interview about French Montana, 50 Cent talked about his estranged son Marquise Jackson on another radio interview. "I haven't even experienced the teenage boy thing," he told Hot 97 about his eldest child. "He drifted before that. Him and his mom was already -- but that's his mom's child. You know what I mean? That's his mom's child."
On a chance of reconciliation with Marquise, Fifty said, "I'll listen. Maybe go to lunch or dinner somewhere but he'll pay for it." He added, "He's a man now. He's a grown man."