Recently, French Montana spoke to Complex magazine, expanding on his previous feature “10 Coke Boy Lessons.” French Montana advised rappers to avoid beef and he later said continuing to beef made 50 Cent popular and backfired during his tiff with Rick Ross. Ironically, the comments made by French Montana came when everyone is going to war.
50 Cent made peace with Fat Joe in Atlanta at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards, but was soon taunting Gunplay on the internet. Also, at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards, Rick Ross would fight with Young Jeezy. During the same weekend, Coke Boy Brock, a member of the Coke Boys, led by French Montana, got into a Twitter beef with Shyne.
Now, French Montana finds himself involved in a Twitter beef with 50 Cent, following the trail blazed by Fat Joe and Rick Ross. Upon hearing about the interview, 50 Cent took to his Twitter to diss French Montana, saying he “ain’t shit,” among other things. Only days prior, 50 Cent was hanging out with French Montana, Machine Gun Kelly, and Red Cafe at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards. French Montana would respond to the tweets from 50 Cent, saying “damn homie, last year you was the man homie,” quoting “Wanksta.”