50 Cent strikes again as he continues to troll on social media. This time the "Many Men" rapper pokes fun at his rap rival Rick Ross who just released his new album, Black Market.

In an interview with ThisIs50Fiddy, Fiddy claims that Ross had to buy copies of Black Market to make up for his low album sales. According to the G-Unit leader, Rozay's latest effort only sold 34,388 copies in its first week of release.

“Is that a rock or a brick?” asked 50 while looking at his phone. “Thirty-four thousand, three-hundred and eighty-eight copies, and you know they went and bought some. He had to buy some. Anybody would have panicked.”

The Power creator continued to say that Ross probably bought about 15,000 copies after sales projections were estimated at 20,000.

Of course, this is par for the course when it comes to 50 trolling his rap rivals. The New York rhymer and the MMG boss have been going back and forth with shots aimed at each other for years.

The latest jab came in early November as 50 crafted a shirt made to look like Ross' chest and man boobs.

Rozay hasn't been silent in their rap feud. In November, the Miami rapper responded to 50's slander by posting a photo of his car collection and claiming that the rapper's son applied for an internship at MMG. He then added that 50's son will be washing his cars soon.

50 Cent, who just released The Kanan Tape over Thanksgiving weekend, is up for a busy 2016 with a new season of Power, another show in the works with Fox and seven music videos to come for each track on the tape.

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