Ja Rule Takes Credit For 50 Cent’s Music and Shares Mocking Meme

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - AUGUST 19: Ja Rule speaks onstage as WEtv celebrates the premieres of Growing Up Hip Hop New York and Untold Stories of Hip Hop on August 19, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for WEtv)

Ja Rule Takes Credit For 50 Cent’s Music and Shares Mocking Meme

“Oh, you wanna make memes…”

Published April 17th

Written by Danielle Ransom

It seems Ja Rule is dead set on going head-to-head with 50 Cent in an Instagram Live Verzuz, and he isn’t going to let up anytime soon. 

  1. Ever since Fifty turned down his challenge, the Murder Inc. rapper has been sending jabs at the G-Unit mogul in an attempt to bait him into accepting the challenge. 

    First, Ja claimed that Fifty turned down the challenge because he’s afraid to go hit-for-hit with him and posted a meme of Fifty along with somce choice lyrics from Mobb Deep’s 1994 classic “Shook Ones Pt. 11.” 


  2. Then, on Thursday (April 16), the “Mesmerize” rapper made an even more loftier claim. 

    Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning crew were discussing what a possible showdown between the two Queens’ rappers would like, and a clip from the conversation came to the attention of Ja. 

    He was quick to weigh in with his thoughts. 

    “Haha, cute lil battle. But let’s be honest. I musically INFLUENCED 50...let’s talk about [that]!!! Lmao,” he tweeted.

  3. RELATED: Ja Rule Responds After 50 Cent Turned Down His Instagram Live Challenge

    Shortly after that, Ja returned to Instagram where he continued to troll by Fifty turning his own game against him. This time, he took a jab at him with a meme. “Oh, you wanna make memes...Curtis Ratson!!! Bored in the house and I’m in the house bored,” he hit back in the caption with a laughing emoji.

    So far, Fifty has yet to respond to Ja’s latest remarks but it’s safe to say he probably won’t be entertaining Ja in a Verzuz battle anytime soon.


(Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for WEtv)


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