Last week, 50 Cent roasted Irv Gotti, claiming that he owed recently released BMF co-founder, Southwest-T money — Irv says 50 is a “clown.”
“Everyone. Please stop entertaining clowns. I do not have any time and energy to entertain clowns. Irv Gotti does not owe anyone a penny,” Irv tweeted.
He then posted a screenshot of the tweet along with a lengthy caption clarifying the status of his relationship with Southwest-T.
“Yall are saying bullsh*t. If y’all don’t know by now that homie is a clown and on my dick and will say or do anything for attention,” he wrote. “I do not owe T or any man a penny. That’s not who I am. I and T are cool. Let T say I owe him a penny or he gave me money. That will never happen. Because. Me. Irv Gotti never took 1 penny from him. I have always been super cool with my BMF n*ggas.”
50 Cent has taken it upon himself to become the Black Mafia Family’s debt collector. In the process, he’s called out several hip-hop figures who allegedly owe BMF money—including Gotti. But on Saturday, Irv shared a post refuting 50’s claims and calling him a “clown.”
“If y’all don’t know by now that homie is a clown and on my dick and will say or do anything for attention,” Irv wrote in an Instagram caption.
He then turned his attention to claims that he owes BMF co-founder Terry “Southwest T” Flenory a million do. That goes for T. And it definitely goes for MEECH. With whom I had a closer relationship with. Nothing but Love and Respect. So until you hear T say something. Stop with the clown shit with the clown.”
Irv’s post didn’t force Fif to back down. On Monday he took to Instagram with another post aimed at Gotti.
“Boy you best be coming up with that money you borrowed it’s Monday fool,” 50 captioned a picture of Gotti. “@irvgotti187 pay your debt @bmfboss_swt_263.”
The other entertainers named by 50—Diddy and Jeezy—appear to have spoken to T since 50 put them on blast, as T made posts alluding to their conversations.