French Montana stopped by POWER 105.1 FM's The Breakfast Club for an interview, which you can watch below. One of the topics they discussed was the issues between him and 50 Cent.
"I don't play both sides of the fence," he said. "Rozay is my brother. And that's what it is. I've got no problem with homie. But if my man got a problem with you, I've got to stay away from you. It's plain and simple. I'm not gonna fake the funk. That's my dog and that's what it is. Home team."
He also revealed that his next single, after "Freaks," will be a solo track titled "I Ain't Worried About Nothing." He said it should be out in a few weeks.
French Montana, prior to becoming a well known rapper, was perhaps most commonly known for producing DVDs, where he featured himself and other artists. The DVDs are still rolling as Montana has announced that the fifteenth DVD in his "Cocaine City" series will be executive produced by Diddy and Rick Ross. No release date has been announced.
During his stop in Philadelphia for the Excuse My French Tour, French Montana brought out Meek Mill for a few songs, including "Ima Boss," "Believe It" and more. Meek Mill also brought AR-AB to the stage for "Goons Gone Wild." HipHopSince1987has footage. Watch below.
French Montana has released a video chronicling day 1 of his Excuse My French tour. It shows him hanging out with other artists and performing. Toward the end of the clip, Montana and Wale connect with Doug E. Fresh and Fresh mentions that he hasn't heard "Freaks." The new Montana single features a sample from Lil Vicious' "Freaks" which featured Fresh. Montana then plays the song for him. The exchange starts at the 4:32 mark. Watch below.
"My bus was located in the vicinity of the incident that took place last night in Philadelphia," hewrote. "I had a peaceful concert and was not involved. My deepest thoughts and sympathies go out to the families of the victims, as well as all of those who were affected."