Rick Ross Responds To 50 Cent’s Lawsuit Via Twitter Rant

Another day, another plot in the ongoing Rick Ross-50 Cent feud.

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After Fif filed a $2 Million lawsuit against Rick Ross for using his hit song “In Da Club” on Ross’ #RenzelRemixes mixtape, the Black Market rapper took to Twitter Thursday night (December 24) to subliminally respond to the latest issue in their tumultuous relationship.

In a statement sent to Billboard, 50 Cent’s publicist said the lawsuit was filed to protect the Queens rapper’s reputation.

“50 Cent’s most valuable asset is the name and reputation he has painstakingly built through his Grammy-winning music, acting, and business endeavors,” said Paul LiCalsi, partner and co-chair of the Entertainment and Media Litigation Group at Robins Kaplan LLP. “He chooses his projects carefully for the very purpose of protecting that name and reputation.”

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The statement continues by saying the Power executive producer alleges Ross used the 2003 song without his permission and should be held responsible.

“Our complaint alleges that Rick Ross has taken these without permission to advertise his own album, and violated 50 Cent’s rights in the process, and we believe he should be held liable,” LiCalsi notes.

No telling when or if this feud will come to an end.