Ja Rule responds after 50 Cent says he's bought 200 front row seats to his concert so it looks empty
If there's one thing we know about 50 Cent, it's that he is the master - and I mean the absolute master - of petty trolling.
If trolling were an Olympic sport - and let's face it, it might well become one one day - then Fiddy would undoubtedly be a gold medal contender. Picture it now, Fiddy leading the US Olympic team on that lap of honour thing that all the countries do during the opening ceremony, while P.I.M.P blasts out over the stadium speakers.
Are you telling me you don't want trolling to become an Olympic sport? Because I think I do want it to.
Anyway, back to the matter at hand. Fiddy has been busy doing what he does best over the last couple of days - you guessed it, trolling - and in doing so has reignited his beef with Ja Rule for what must be the 7,000th time.
Essentially, 50 Cent has claimed to have bought 200 front row seats to Ja Rule's upcoming concert on November 9, in a bid to make the venue look empty. What's more, Fiddy took the liberty of mocking up a photoshopped image of what such an eventuality might look like and, honestly, it is hilarious:
And here is 50 Cent, gloriously photoshopped amid an array of empty seats, a photo captioned "What a show, ?I mean just fucking great. Do it again?my kid went to the restroom. LOL #bellator #lecheminduroi"
Fiddy then followed all of that up with this, a refusal to back down.
I don't know why this one is upside down, but it is. So there's that.
50 and Ja Rule's beef is said to date back to the late 90's, though the origin of the ill will between the pair depends on who you ask. Fiddy has released numerous diss tracks aimed at Ja Rule, most notably Back Down, taken from Get Rich or Die Tryin'.
Instagram followers were loving 50 Cent's work, with one writing;
"Everyone talking about 50 is petty for this. This is deeper than rap. When I grow up I wanna be like 50."
Another took to Twitter to write: "I aspire to be as petty as 50 cent. He bought 200 front row seat to ja rules show just so they could be empty looooooool".
Well, it seems like Ja Rule couldn't help himself but fire back at Fiddy after this absolute bevvy of pettiness aimed in his direction, but his response, in its current form, is more than a little underwhelming. Taking to Twitter, the rapper wrote:
However, as anyone who has followed the beef between these two over the years will know, this is not going to be the last we hear about this one, the beef between Ja Rule and 50 Cent is likely to last until the end of time.