While we’re still waiting on the arrival of French Montana’s forthcoming album Mac & Cheese, the Lose It artist recently sat down with The Breakfast Club to discuss a wide array of other topics. Opening up about his ‘beef’ with 50 Cent, his issues with Jim Jones, dating allegations and other juicy personal details, French Montana certainly has a lot to talk about. You know, everything other than his late LP.
Describing 50 Cent as a ‘marketing genius,’ French Montana breaks down his Summer Jam encounter with the rapper. Admittedly stating that his beef with the artist is nonexistent, French Montana puts the rumors to rest that the two are entangled in an ongoing feud.
“He was just like, ‘Yo what’s up, you done gown up huh?’ So he threw me all the way off. He’s good at that. So I’m like, ‘Yo, what’s up with you and Puff?’ He was like, ‘You know, I’m just doing this to help my vodka company.’ So all these problems we have now, it’s really like throwing me off because he’s really like a guy to have a method behind his madness. He’s really like a marketing genius. He’s different, so it’s not like… I don’t want the people thinking it’s real problems.”
When it comes down to who French is dating, the rapper is also quite candid about who he’s seeing, or isn’t for that matter. Although he had a great run with Khloe Kardashian, French Montana discusses that their relationship is in the past.
“I had the best time with her. We had a relationship.You’re gonna see me with different people. Honestly, I feel like I’m just having fun and I’m making music. I’m in Hollywood, dealing with Hollywood relationships. Just learning the game man. I was in a really long relationship before, I was married for like five years, so I’m blessed to have that. I don’t think I’m ready to be in a committed relationship.”
Regarding the Drake and Meek Mill beef, French Montana says that “It’s not real beef.”
“It’s not a real problem for you to choose sides. If you choosing side, you’re choosing it to see who’s a better artist..who’s a better battle rapper. I thought Meek had like 10 rhymes back-to-back, 10 songs back-to-back. I know Meek can rap. I didn’t get the whole battle, I just didn’t get it. I didn’t think it was necessary.”
On Chinx’s death, the rapper continues to refer to Chinx Drugz as his ‘friend.’
“I mean, I think I’m more hurt that I feel that my brother worked so hard to get to this point, where I feel like this was his time. Somebody like Chinx, somebody like Max…people close to me like that, I just want to see my brothers win. When I signed Chinx, I never made no money off Chinx. I never made no money with [Max]. These people is my friends. I just wanted them to blow, I wanted them to get their chance. I felt just as hurt when Max really was at the peak of the iceberg when he just got knocked. Chinx too, as soon as ‘Off The Rip’ came out. As soon as everything came out…I just feel bad about the whole situation.”