The saga continues in Ja Rule and 50 Cent’s ongoing feud.
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Taking to Instagram on Friday (April 19), Ja Rule put his longtime rival on blast. The former Murder Inc. rapper went off on the G-Unit rapper, calling him a “parasite” and a “cancer to the culture.” His words were accompanied by a video of controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan talking about a “unity party with punks.”
“THIS is why me and 50 will NEVER co exist he’s a parasite a cancer to the culture and our ppl,” said Ja, who called out 50 for taking shots at his own people. “He comes out with music takes shots at me Kanye etc. comes out with liquor takes shots at Diddy comes out with his show takes shots at Taraji always downing his own ppl… always running his fucking yuk mouth until the smoke gets thick then you wanna make anonymous calls to the Feds and NYPD talking about you scared for your life.”
He claimed that Farrakhan tried to organize a unity meeting between him and 50, but 50 turned it down. “lmao smh then when the minister called for both of us to sit with him for hip hop unity you gave this man your ass to kiss complete definition of a SUCKER…”
But he said that this will be the last time he engages his rival. “I’m saying all this to say I will not be engaging in any more back and forth with this goofy ass ni**er Curtis Ratson!!!” said Ja, adding, “#BootlickingkneekissingCOON #cloutchasingclown you can have all the money in the world can’t buy class.”
Ja’s post comes after 50 mocked him for reportedly owing $2 million in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. “LOL come on I know he not that bright but damn,” 50 captioned a screenshot of the headline.
The rappers have been beefing for nearly 20 years and according to 50, the rivalry won’t end until one of them is dead. “It’s never over. We may take a break, but [it] ain’t over till one of us gone,” he wrote in an Instagram comment.
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