On Saturday (March 3), the G-Unit mogul published a photo of actor Dolph Lundgren as Ivan Drago in 1985’s Rocky IV. The character’s famous lines from the film, “If he dies, he dies,” came as Apollo Creed (played by Carl Weathers) died as a result of their fight.
While some fans laughed or joked about the post, others showed concern, believing that this was aimed at 50’s nemesis, who was hospitalized on Friday (March 2). “This is low man,” said one commenter. “Your beef ain’t even real you sukka. Ross bossed you and you can’t even show concern for a fellow artist. You a punk.” Another added: “Wow, I’m all for a little rivalry, but that is harsh.”
Shortly after sharing the controversial pic, Fif published an image of Al Pacino, smiling as Tony Montana in 1983’s Scarface. The caption for this one read, “Yeah, I’m different.” One of his famous lines from the film was, “Say goodnight to the bad guy.” This post also drew some criticism from fans. “With all the money he has he still miserable, obsessed with Rozay,” said one user.
Ross was found unresponsive in his Davie, Fla. mansion on Friday (March 2). He was taken to a local hospital where he was reportedly put on life support after a possible heart attack. Despite those reports, Fat Trel claimed that Ross was well and not on life support. The Maybach Music Group boss has yet to speak publicly about the health scare and his condition has not officially been publicized.
50 Cent posted an article about Ross on Friday, which indicated that he “boo-bood himself” during the incident. His caption read “no comment,” but his comments under the photo mocked his longtime nemesis. “Look people this is not about me,” he wrote. “it’s about when the lemon pepper came out.” He deleted this post after it was reported that Ross was on life support.