Fat Joe and Ja Rule have a lot of love and respect for each other but that all went out the window during their Verzuz battle. While the battle was certainly an amazing one, it seems Rule is still seething from his supposed problems with 50 Cent.

While speaking on “The Big Tigger Morning Show”, Ja Rule initially talked about his Verzuz battle with Fat Joe but then went on to discuss his lifetime rival 50 Cent’s obsession with trashing him, most notably their Murder Inc. feud.

“Why is that everybody’s go to. You grown a** men over here like, got this man’s you know what in your mouth – he wanted piss on y’all motherf*ckers if y’all was burning on fire. You need to stop. Real talk. … At this point, you know the haters. They’re easy to spot now. That’s all they can say. ’50 Cent. 50 Cent. 50 Cent.’ What about Fif? What about him? What we talking about? Real talk. … He didn’t do nothing, we were indicted by the feds. The feds eats you alive.”

Ja Rule then went on to explain how the police and not 50 Cent were the ones who took down Murder Inc. in the end. He also suggested that Eminem was the one who helped 50 Cent’s career flourish during their rivalry.

“The feds tactics, that’s what they do. They treated us like a criminal mob organization and when they do that, they suck all your resources. They shut you down financially. They shut down all your bank accounts. They take away your assets. They take away everything so you can’t fight. It makes it hard for you to fight. So now, why you think I’m fighting a rap battle? I’m fighting a real fight. Everybody loves to say that and then on top of that, come on man, I’m battling 17 rappers. I wasn’t just battling homeboy – Eminem made you, created you. You’re nothing without the f*cking white boy. As y’all can see, I’m still in Verzuz mode.”

It seems the supposed beef between Ja Rule and 50 Cent is unlikely to end anytime soon from the looks of it.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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