50 Cent and French Montana’s longstanding feud has come to an end thanks to the latter’s recent appearance on “Drink Champs.” Sitting with co-hosts N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN on Thursday (Dec. 2), the “Pop That” rapper explained that he no longer has a problem with 50 after watching his latest Starz series, “Black Mafia Family.”
“Man, let me tell you something. Me, I have no problem with 50 no more after he dropped this ‘BMF’ joint. That’s my favorite shit,” Montana said on the episode. “Whatever me and 50 ever had… Shout out to 50. Yeah, me and him, everything is over after ‘BMF.’ That’s the best work ever.”
50 apparently got word of the shoutout and accepted Montana’s peace offering in an Instagram post on Sunday (Dec. 5). Posting a snippet of the “Drink Champs” episode, the hip hop mogul wrote, “That was the right answer French, well handled. What beef, I don’t remember.”
“Black Mafia Family,” which 50 executive produces along with Randy Huggins, Terri Kopp, Anthony Wilson and Anne Clemons; was already renewed for a second season after debuting in September. The series centers around infamous brothers Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory’s drug empire and reportedly averaged 6.5 million viewers per episode.
Last month, Starz announced another Black Mafia Family-focused documentary series coming to the network with 50 again attached as an executive producer. The eight-episode limited series will be produced by G-Unit Film and Television and Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions.
“The success of ‘BMF’ demonstrates a continued rise in fan demand and interest in the story of the Flenory brothers,” Jeffrey Hirsch, president and CEO of Starz, added at the time.
See 50’s Instagram post and revisit Montana’s “Drink Champs” episode below.
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