If you thought the beef between Rick Ross and 50 Cent was dying down wait again.

It looks like the “boss” himself took the spotlight between 50 Cent’s recent battles with Vivica A. Fox and Derek Jeter to bring it back to their battle.

He showed no shame in throwing some shade during an interview with the Associated Press.

“In the majority of the time, the distractions aren’t even worth it, especially when you have single-handedly torn something down that you’ve once respected and admired to the point where they are nothing – We are not firing and tearing down.”

“We’re not chasing behind actresses. We don’t get our booties licked. We live by principles. It’s a certain code of ethics. As men in our position, there will be problems, there will be disagreements, but as … kings, it’s certain things we don’t do.”

As for the beef within MMG with Wale and Meek Mill, Rozay gave an update to AllHipHop and let everyone know that everything seems to be peace on that front.

“You know, those brothers forever,” he said. “That’s my family. As you can see it’s already done came and went. It’s all about making dope music. And like I said, I feel like me being in a position I am. Me being a boss. Me being as experienced as I am, I feel like them going through that, or whatever you call it, in 10 years when they’re executives they’re gonna be able to give that same game to youngstas. Like ‘Yo, I did that before, but this how we do it.’ I look at things different.”

For what it’s worth, Black Market is due to be released December 4.

(Source – hot97.com)