The beef between Ja Rule and 50 Cent has been going on for more than 20 years. The rappers have gone at each other’s throats in more ways than one. Sometimes, they dropped diss tracks. Other times, they straight up stabbed each other. As violent as their history is, the feud has certainly been a big source of entertainment for many that have followed it. In recent years, the pair seem to have become less serious about the once-violent beef. Now, it appears that Ja Rule is over it completely.
In a new interview with The Shade Room, Ja Rule tells the world how he really feels about 50 Cent. The rapper looks cool and collected as he is interviewed about his once archnemesis. “Is there a world where 50 Cent and Ja Rule call a truce?” the interviewer asks. Ja Rule clearly doesn’t take the question very seriously, choosing to poke fun at the situation. “If 50 Cent was to walk in here right now, what do you think is gonna happen?” he asks playfully. The interviewer responds, saying that she doesn’t really think anything would happen. This prompts an exaggerated reaction from Ja Rule. “Exactly!” he exclaims loudly. This is a very different tune than the two were singing just a few years ago.
Ja Rule and 50’s Beef Spans Decades
The long-standing feud between 50 Cent and Ja Rule is the stuff of legend. It has spanned over two decades, characterized by violence, insults, and trolling. It began with a robbery involving Ja Rule, where 50 Cent’s associate was responsible for stealing the rapper’s chain. This led to altercations at nightclubs and the exchange of diss tracks. Years later, when the two ended up sitting next to each other on a plane, it seemed there might be peace. However, the feud reignited in 2018 when 50 Cent pulled a prank by buying tickets and leaving empty seats at Ja Rule’s show.
Although the feud has taken a more lighthearted tone in recent years, mostly consisting of trolling and social media banter, it has a history of hostility and rivalry. It originated from the robbery and escalated into fights, diss tracks, and even a stabbing. Despite occasional attempts at reconciliation, the feud persists due to personal differences and competition between the two artists. 50 Cent has made it clear that he sees no end to the beef, keeping the feud alive in the public eye. It would seem that Ja Rule disagrees, however. What do you think about his comments on the current state of the feud? Let us know below!
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