50 Cent has shared his reaction to a clip from his 2003 single “In Da Club” being played at a Ja Rule concert.
A video was recently released of a moment captured before Ja performed at Power 106.9’s Jingle Jam concert in Omaha, Nebraska in December 2022, with members of the “Put It On Me” rapper team DJing. You can see the scrambling to catch it. I cut the song that blared from the speakers.
Clearly amused, the Queens rapper took to social media to poke fun at how his music was at the root of an uproar involving his bitter rival. He wrote in the caption of the post he shared. Expressing regret for not reaching out personally to get in. “I wish I had something to do with it.”
50 and Ja Rule’s beef is well documented, as the two rap stars went to war both verbally and physically in the late ’90s and early ’00s. A feud between Fif’s G-Unit crew and Ja’s Murder Inc. label resulted in a number of diss records between the two camps. and “smells like pee”. Ja returned fire on the tracks “Loose Change” and “So Hot,” accusing Fif of being a police informant and bitter about his success.
Bad blood between the pair has boiled over over the years, but it’s still alive and well as each artist throws jabs at the other on a regular basis. In 2020, Rule challenged her 50 to her Verzuz battle. Power The executive producer declined. Most recently, Fif said he’s happy that Ja faced tax troubles in his 2021.