Ja Rule Hopped In 50 Cent And Floyd Mayweather’s Beef In The Pettiest Way Ever

Ja Rule Hopped In 50 Cent And Floyd Mayweather’s Beef In The Pettiest Way Ever

You know he had to get in on this one!

Published July 24th

At the rate hip-hop icon 50 Cent and undefeated boxing champ retiree Floyd Mayweather Jr. are going, the two are on their way to breaking the world record for longest-running, love-hate Hollywood feud.  

Well, after Ja Rule and Fif’s ancient hip-hop rivalry that is, which randomly reared its head in 2018 as well. Now the Murder Inc. rapper gets to watch another Fif feud unfold, this time from the audience instead of the stage, and he’s happily grabbing his popcorn and a front-row seat.

  1. Comedian Lil Duval pointed it out after peeping Ja’s Instagram likes on practically every post from Floyd that took shots at 50

    “I know ja rule loving this Mayweather/50 sh**,” Duval wrote on Twitter, which he later made into an Instagram post. “N**ga done [liked] everything Mayweather post.” He even invited the “I’m Real” rapper to like the post on the ‘Gram. And just as the Florida humorist had hoped, Ja showed up with a double-tap and a handful of emojis on the post, including a series of laughing faces and a bucket of popcorn.

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  2. Hip-hop fans probably would expect nothing less of him, especially considering his war of words with Fif just two months ago

    For the second time this year, the men went toe-to-toe on social media in the midst of Drake and Pusha T’s warfare back in May. The keyboard brawling followed up their first 2018 battle when Ja sporadically fired off a round of savage tweets calling Fif a “p**sy” and teasing that he got “beat up, stabbed and shot” the last time the men went at each other’s necks.

    Hopefully, Ja Rule’s latest commentary doesn’t result in a Fif versus Ja part three in 2018.

Written by Diamond Alexis

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