50 Cent Trolls Ja Rule By ‘Buying Out Concert’

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50 Cent is like that drunk guy in a pub trying to fight everyone, at the moment.

As if taking on Floyd Mayweather and Machine Gun Kelly, the rapper, aka Curtis Jackson, has gone to extreme lengths against Ja Rule, buying out the front rows of his concert.

Fiddy, who has a long history of beef with Ja Rule, posted a photo of himself at an arena concert for Ja Rule, in a sea of empty seats – the ones he purchased.

Here’s the outrageous photo:

Yep, he bought 200 seats in the front rows so he could make the show look like it was empty.

The image he posted is in fact photoshopped as Ja Rule’s show hasn’t happened yet, but the photo was posted to add fire to the flames.

I mean, it’s pretty hilarious, you’ve got to give him that. Imagine Ja Rule looking down at his ‘fans’ to see the Candy Shop star staring up at him.

The rapper captioned his photo:

What a show, I mean just fucking great. Do it again my kid went to the restroom. LOL #bellator #lecheminduroi

Ja Rule tickets cost about $70 each (£55) according to Live Nation, so if he bought 200, it means he’d drop about $14k (nearly £11k) just to play the prank.

He pposted another photo of the empty seats and Ja Rule on stage saying:

LOL Damn Boy you put on a hell of a show. get the strap #bellator #lecheminduroi [sic]

Although the photo is fake, Fifty did purchase 200 tickets to the show, so maybe we’ll see the real version of the photo soon?

The Get Rich or Die Tryin’ rapper carried on poking fun at the fellow rapper, who’s seats were being sold on Groupon, for his November 9 show, in Arlington Texas.

The rappers’ beef spans around the 15 year mark, but neither of them agree on what started it.

According to Rolling Stone, 50 Cent says Ja Rule, aka Jeffrey Atkins, falsely accused him of stealing his jewellery, bringing it to the attention of Irv Gotti, the founder of Murder Inc. Records.

Atkins however says the tension started after they shot a video together in their hometown of Queens, New York.

Allegedly, Jackson felt disrespected by how his fellow rapper greeted him on the shoot, which led to multiple diss records, before escalating from there.

It all heated up again when Ice Cube’s son, O’Shea Jackson Jr, mentioned Ja Rule’s name in an interview sitting next to 50.

It got REALLY petty at one point, with Ja Rule tweeting:

What’s funny is @50cent [lets] women and MEN play with his butthole… that’s kinda funny

@50cent keeps my name in his mouth… I think he’d rather have my d*ck in his mouth lmao. [sic]

Really, Ja Rule wins here because he’s just received a lot of money from 50 Cent.

Feels like the early noughties all over again. Love it.

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