Ever since 50 Cent dissed Fat Joe on 2005's "Piggy Bank" for appearing on Ja Rule's "New York," the New York rappers have been at each other's throats, exchanging verbal jabs ever since.
Fat Joe, who most recently said on his latest album, Darkside Vol. 1 that he'd throw a party when 50 died, now believes he has a way to settle the matter.
"The day 50 Cent want to lock up with me in a bathroom and do this like men, we can hug each other and keep it moving the day after that," said Joe to MTV News. "I would love to be in an airport, we bump into each other, we go in the men's room, best man wins, that's it."
Joey Crack explained that 50's M.O. was to simply attack everyone in the New York Hip Hop scene. "The latest one he's going at: Puff Daddy. He has beef with Jadakiss, he has beef with Cam'ron. Anybody we consider dope in New York, he has went at them. There ain't nobody he ain't touch," Joe said. "Fat Joe ain't out here trying to battle-rap everybody in the world. That's not what I'm about. What I am is a man, and when you disrespect my family and you disrespect me like that, there's gotta be answers to the questions."