Rick Ross has roasted Charlamagne Tha God for paying Ross’s longtime rival 50 Cent a compliment, claiming that The Breakfast Club host got it all wrong about the G-Unit head honcho.

Taking to his Instagram Live on Tuesday (December 5), the MMG boss revisited some of Fif’s questionable business moves, snarking that a diabolical genius “doesn’t file foreclosure, doesn’t file bankruptcy,” then turned his wrath onto Charlamagne.

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“Crackin’ jokes on somebody don’t make you diabolical,” he continued. “That shit ain’t diabolical. N-gga just havin’ a little fun. Get to the money! Gettin’ money make you diabolical. That’s what make you diabolical, Charlamagne. Stop dickridin’!”

Check out the video below.

During an episode of the Brilliant Idiots podcast that aired on Friday (December 1), The Breakfast Club co-host explained to Andrew Schulz exactly why he thinks Fif is miles ahead of his competitors. In doing so, he referenced a recent social media post the G-Unit mogul made in the aftermath of Diddy stepping down as the chairman of Revolt amid the sexual assault allegations recently brought against him.

In it, 50 wrote: “I’ll buy [Revolt] from you play boy , for the low because you know Cadillac and AT&T gonna pull out. I’ll give you a few dollars for it now! Sell it to me, then we can be friends.”

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Explaining why he felt this was smart, Charlamagne told Schultz: “I’ma tell you why 50 is literally a diabolical genius […] [He’s] telling people who the sponsors are so if they wanna harass Cadillac and AT&T, that’ll happen […] don’t fuck with Fif.”

Rick Ross and 50 Cent, however, have been beefing for years — with the previous salvo coming from the Power executive producer, who cracked jokes at the Bawse’s expense when it was revealed that the sales figures for Too Good to Be True weren’t up to par.

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On Monday (December 4), the G-Unit mogul uploaded a recap of his Final Lap Tour performance in Adelaide, Australia. Thought the video is mostly about the show and fans in attendance, he still managed to slip in a shot at his rivals.

“When you sold 31,009 CDs, I shouldn’t talk to you,” he says, referring to the first-week sales of Too Good to Be True.

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Rozay caught wind of the slight and subsequently took to Instagram with a response — one that referred to his own history. His 2006 debut album Port of Miami sold 187,000 copies in its first week, while 50’s 2005 sophomore effort The Massacre sold 1.15 million during its first seven days.

“N-gga, we been rich; we still makin’ money,” he said as he stood by a pool, presumably his own. “Them n-ggas was laughing at my first-week sales, they was doing a million first weekend. I did 150–180 [for his 2006 debut Port of Miami] and they was laughing but … you smell that saltwater, right?”