50 Cent has shared his response to a clip of his 2003 single “In Da Membership” being performed at a Ja Rule live performance.
Video of the second, which occurred previous to Ja’s efficiency at Energy 106.9’s Jingle Jam live performance in Omaha, Nebraska in December 2022, just lately surfaced and reveals members of the “Put It On Me” rapper’s workforce scrambling in an try and have the DJ reduce the track off because it blared from the audio system.
Clearly amused, the Queens rapper hopped on social media to enjoy his music being on the root of the disturbance involving his bitter rival. “LOL,” the 47-year-old wrote within the caption of a publish sharing the footage. “Now that is some humorous sh*t!” Nonetheless, opposite to hypothesis, Fif admits he had no involvement within the incident, however voices his remorse over not personally having a hand in getting beneath his nemesis’ pores and skin. “I want I had one thing to do with it.”
50 and Ja Rule’s beef is well-documented, as the 2 rap stars went to warfare, verbally and bodily, through the late ’90s and early ’00s. The discord between Fif’s G-Unit crew and Ja’s Homicide Inc. label resulted in quite a few diss information between the 2 camps, with 50 taking purpose on the opposition on songs like “Life’s on the Line,” “Again Down,” “Wanksta,” and “I Odor P*ssy.” Ja would return hearth on the tracks “Unfastened Change” and “So Scorching,” accusing Fif of being a police informant and bitter over his success.
The dangerous blood between the pair has simmered over time, however stays alive and effectively, as every artist recurrently throws jabs on the different. In 2020, Rule challenged 50 to a Verzuz battle, a suggestion the Energy govt producer turned down. Extra just lately, Fif rejoiced in Ja’s working into alleged tax points in 2021.