Ross explains their beef doesn’t have any importance compared to his associates’ real-life situations.
“You know, at the end of the day where we come from when it’s real you see real things happening. I got homeboys. I got to look at they kids and they no longer here. I got they moms and the holiday time,” Ross explained when asked about the 50 beef. “That’s what be on my mind sometimes. So, I done dealt with real things in real life. So, when you see that type of–I just call it buffoonery or whatever it is, I was enjoying it too. So, it’s like I could have fun too with it. You know what I’m saying? And then at the end of the day I always felt like I’m the one with nothing to lose. I was like this a bad decision for homie to make. You gotta do your homework. You gotta watch–you gotta know what’s going on before you just [start problems].” (“The Breakfast Club”)