This weekend, 50 Cent and Rick Ross have been going back and forth on Instagram, taking shots at one another over many of the same topics that have come up over there 6-year long beef -- namely Ross' history as a corrections officer. 

The newest development was Ross' claim that 50's son had applied for an internship at MMG. Whether or not it was rooted in fact or was simply an attempt to get under Fif's skin is still unclear.

In a new interview with Tim Westwood, 50 went over the many feuds he's been involved in over the course of his career. Of course, the conversation eventually made its way to Ross.

“It’s desperation [when] you hear from him at this point,” said of Rozay's recent comments. “Because if you’re looking for someone, it ain’t that hard to find me. I’m around, and I’m not used to having an altercation with law enforcement. I’m not used to saying that I’m gonna do something to a correctional officer, to a police officer or anyone who has been under oath.”

50 then continued to question Ross' authenticity. 

"It’s a correctional officer that is rapping like a drug dealer,” he said. “It shows you that’s the point in our culture that you can identify with you actually being who you say you are doesn’t matter. That’s the point where if it sounds good, they’re find with it for a short period of time. You can tell they’re over it now, but they went for it.”

Another notable takeaway from the conversation was 50's suggestion that Lil Wayne and Birdman were no longer feuding. "I don't even think they have problems anymore," he said, but didn't sound absolutely certain.

Watch the clip below.