Rick Ross Talks Ending Beef With 50 Cent + Clearing ‘BMF’ For Fif’s Series

Rick Ross attends the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 at Cobb Energy Center on October 05
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50 Cent evolved from rapper to a game-changer in the film industry! 

50’s productions on Power, For Life, The Oath, and more, has people itching for another dope series. Earlier this year, 50 won an NAACP award for his outstanding directing for a dramatic series for Power

Fif has been promoting his new unreleased series, Black Mafia Family (BMF), set to air on Starz, but no release date has been announced yet. During an interview with Billboard last month, 50 said he loves Rick Ross’s song, “BMF,” and would like it to be in his series. This comes as a shocker since Fif and Ricky Rozay are not fans of each other, but over the years their “beef” cooled off.  

During a recent interview, Billboard’s Carl Lamarre had with Rick Ross, he said he’ll let 50 use his song if Fif supports his Wingstop business. Rick Ross owns over two dozen restaurants from the franchise. Rick Ross would like 50 to snap some flicks with some lemon pepper wings in his hand and Bel-Air bottles and post it. He also said making business moves with 50 will be way more beneficial than having beef. Take a look:


BMF is inspired by true events. It tells the story of two brothers, “Big Meech” and “Southwest T” who grew up in the troubling streets of southwest Detroit in the late 1980s. The Black Mafia Family is considered to be one of the most influential crime families who chased the American Dream however, things happened along the way that disrupted their brotherhood. 

The film is produced by G Unit Film and Television in association with Stars and Lion Gate. Terri Koop and Anthony Wilson will executive produce.