Earlier this week, 50 Cent released the eleventh song in his Street King promotional series “50’s My Favorite.” But the Queens rapper raised some eyebrows when he seemingly took aim at Chi-Town emcee Lupe Fiasco with the lines, “I could fit your house inside my house/Then your neighbors and your yard/Oh my God/This shit ain’t about shit, so I ain’t gonna go hard/Now kick, push, kick push/Get the fuck outta here/Kick, push.”

Now, in a recent interview with 107.5 WGCI’s Tony Sculfield and The Morning Riot, Lupe resonds to the claims that the G-Unit general went at him on the record. Lupe says that he isn’t mad that 50 mentioned his hit song’s title in the song and that he doesn’t feel the lines were a diss at all. Still, Lupe assured listeners that if push were to come shove, he wouldn’t turn the other cheek.

“That’s fine, 50 [Cent]’s a good guy,” he said. “I got the chance to perform with his and tour with him a bit. I don’t really look at it as a diss. I’ve got fans in high places, I guess…[responding] is always in the chamber. I’ve always keep that in the chamber, they know what’s up.”

50 also took to Twitter, deading the rumors of the lines being an attack on Lupe.

Yal don’t even listen to lyrics lol RT @HIPHOPN3WS: 50 Cent Takes Shot at Lupe Fiasco in New Street King Track … http://t.co/atWxt6Ww
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