Ja Rule Wishes 50 Cent 'Good Luck' on His Bankruptcy

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Ja Rule Wishes 50 Cent 'Good Luck' on His Bankruptcy

“I don’t care about that man,” says Rule.

Published November 11, 2015

If you’re keeping score, 50 Cent has more beef then a little bit, and his Ja Rule rift is the oldest on the list.  


Rule took a second to speak about Fif in a recent Hip Hop DX interview promoting his MTV reality show, Follow the Rules.  

During the Q&A, Rule was asked about Fif’s bankruptcy. The 39-year-old rapper once again declared an end to a battle that dates back well over a decade. “I don’t care about that man,” he said. "Good luck to that man. I hope he finds himself in a situation where he feels more comfortable. I don’t really give a f**k. Honestly, I don’t. I can care less, yo.”

The complicated drama between these two has been more subdued over the years. In 2011, Rule officially ended their disagreement, but Fif didn’t officially agree to a ceasefire. 

Things seemingly reignited over the summer when Rule differentiated their beef from that of Drake and Meek Mill, which of course elicited a reaction from the G-Unit front man. 

Meanwhile, Fif hasn’t said anything regarding Rule’s latest comments. He’s been busy going at it with Rick Ross and Vivica Fox.   

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Written by Latifah Muhammad


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