It was only a matter of time before someone from G-Unit spoke about the relationship between Diddy and Rick Ross. Some have started to compare Ross to the late Notorious B.I.G. because of his style. Diddy, the man who handled Biggie's business, has taken the same role with Rick Ross. Along the way, he has compared Ross to his late friend.
50 Cent used to often brag of how he ended careers. Tony Yayo compared him to LL Cool J. But, last year, Rick Ross baited 50 into a feud and won. Despite not being in the good graces of 50 Cent, Rick Ross has still been able to sell records. Ross remains one of the hottest rappers in the game. The main reason for all of this success is because Diddy has been in his corner.
Not too long ago, 50 Cent had issues with Diddy. Their feud had gotten so far out of hand that 50 Cent threatened to tell of Diddy's involvement in Biggie's death. The hip hop community stepped in before things got too out of hand. Even after ending the feud, a lot of animosity remains between the two moguls. Their issues stem from years ago and 50 Cent never got over being fired by Diddy at Bad Boy.
More recently, 50 Cent said Diddy is not the great artist everyone hypes him up to be. 50 Cent said there was only one hot album from Diddy and it came when he was Puff Daddy. But, in the time since then, he has not had good music. 50 Cent advised the people not to purchase Last Train From Paris because the music was trash. Only days after 50 Cent attacked Diddy for his music, Tony Yayo has attacked him for his constant comparisons of Rick Ross and Biggie. Yayo said no matter how hard Diddy tries, Ross will never end up being Biggie.
Biggie was a big-time drug dealer before he made it big as a rapper. Rick Ross, on the other hand, was a big time police officer who adapted the life of a drug dealer after he began rapping. Because of this, Yayo knows for a fact Rick Ross will never be anything like The Notorious B.I.G.