It’s public knowledge that rappers 50 Cent and Ja Rule had an intense beef in the past — which spilled over from the streets, with Irv Gotti and the Supreme Team involved — to the music industry where near-fatal studio brawls went down and diss records were produced. In the end, however, it’s safe to say 50 Cent was crowned the victor following his onslaught of candid, witty, and catastrophical bars aimed towards Ja Rule and the “Put It On Me” rapper couldn’t retaliate. Though, you would think after two decades, fans of the two artists would let sleeping dogs lie—but that’s far from the case. Ja Rule was trolled at a recent concert in Omaha, Nebraska by a 50 Cent record.
Ja Rule was priming himself to take the stage at Jingle Jam (hosted by Power 106.9) when “In Da Club,” 50 Cent‘s 2003 record-shattering hit song, began blaring through the venue’s speakers. A spectator attending the concert, which took place at the Baxter Arena last month (Dec. 10), posted a clip of Ja Rule‘s team members scurrying to get the record to stop playing while voicing his enjoyment at the seemingly deliberate shenanigan. The show-goer said, “Only in Omaha they gon’ play 50 at Ja Rule sh*t. They trying to get it cut off right now… That ni**a 50’s still winning!” Voices can be heard in the background expressing their dissatisfaction, with one individual screaming for the deejay to “cut that sh*t off!”
Via social media, another concert goer made comments on the blooper in the caption of their own tweet, saying, “Ja Rule out there 20 years later and still getting done in by 50 Cent.” Ja Rule seeming to be trolled with 50 Cent‘s song is just the freshest case of the Murder Inc. spitter being reminded of his issues with 50 via a live performance. In 2018, the “Mesmerize” artist shot down allegations in 2018 that 50 bought 200 tickets to one of his concerts in order for the front rows to remain void.
Ja Rule spoke at the time, “Even the thought of it is still stupid, because nia, all you did if you did that, was put money in my pocket. And what you think the promoter is going to do? Have an empty venue? You let nias in free or charge them again! It’s the dumbest sh*t ever, yo. But yeah, it’s cap. Never happened.” Both legends have been savoring huge wins as of late, despite the underlining beef between the pair that continues to placidly simmer. Ja Rule’s ICONN Live App unveiled in November 2022 on Apple TV, while 50 Cent’s BMF show on Starz premiered its Season 2 on Jan. 6 (Friday).
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