Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that 50 Cent called out Rick Ross and Meek Mill’s album for selling 31,000 copies first week..
50 Cent has seemingly rekindled his beef with Rick Ross by criticizing his low album sales for the Meek Mill collaborative album Too Good To Be True, and Rozay has responded.
On Monday, 50 shared a recap video from his The Final Lap Tour, and in it, he appeared to diss Ross and Mill’s new album Too Good to Be True, which reportedly sold around 31,000 albums in its first week.
“If you sell 31,009 CDs, I shouldn’t talk to you,” 50 says in one part of the clip. He captioned the post, “31,009 the first week,” along with a laughing emoji.
The Biggest Boss caught wind of the statement and dished out one of his own with a video of himself addressing 50’s diss. According to Rozay, 50 wouldn’t dare say anything about him, especially when his current lady, Cuban Link, is allegedly a part of Dreamchasers.
“It’s says me and Ross on pace to sell 35k first week I would post if it said 350k… I’m too nice and rich to be rapping in a control music environment that’s why we dropping music on Fridays it’s doesn’t make sense,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Now we all own our music we getting the tech built to put people on our own musical subscriptions and we gone let direct to consumer see if rap if doing well.”
Soon after the album went live in late November, Meek Mill reacted to its first-week sales projections on social media. The LP was estimated to move between 30,000–35,000 units in seven days, which was lower than some fans’ expectations.
Regarding that, the Philly rapper explained that he’s playing a different game than the one most industry professionals submit to as he and Ross “own” the album.