A video shared on Supreme Jr.’s Instagram on Thursday (December 7) captures the moment Ross joyfully receives a jacket adorned with the inscription “Supreme Team” on the back.
In the caption, Supreme Jr. shares, “BIG bro said we just getting warmed up. Don’t get scared now. Double M Everybody can’t go. We smiling because we getting a lot of money. World Famous Supreme Team @fredfrenchy you that guy. Love you bro. Who had a bigger year than me. Don’t worry, I’ll wait.”
However, the response in the comments was less favorable, with many speculating that Ross’s connection with the son of the notorious drug dealer is a direct jab at 50 Cent.
The roots of 50 Cent’s beef with Kenneth McGriff go back even further. The notorious drug lord, also known as “Supreme,” was allegedly behind the plot to murder the G-Unit mogul in 2000 when he was famously shot nine times. This feud reportedly began with 50 Cent’s 1999 track “Ghetto Qur’an,” which explicitly mentioned McGriff and various other figures linked to organized crime in New York.
It’s evident that the tension between Ross and 50 Cent continues to escalate, with Ross strategically using social media to send a message about their ongoing rivalry.