50 Cent's trollishness is reaching dizzying heights in 2015. His most recent effort -- taking shots at his favorite target Rick Ross and clowning the Black Market album sales numbers.

50 interrupted an interview on Thisis50 radio, pulling out his phone to check the Black Market first week sales numbers, which have yet to be finalized. Black Market has sold 34,000 units as of Wednesday night, according to HDD. 50 was unimpressed, claiming that Ross likely bought copies of his own album to give the numbers a boost. 50's last album Animal Ambition moved about 47K units its first week, we'll see if Rozay can eclipse that number when it's all said and done.

50 kept his clowning (relatively) mercifully brief, and went on to discuss season 3 of Power, his upcoming FOX sitcom My Friend 50, and his admiration for Jeremih’s new album Late Nights.

As of Wednesday night, G-Eazy has moved 75K units of his album. Curren$y has moved 12K and Jeremih a mere 7K.