The two rappers have been feuding for almost 20 years, having released a number of diss tracks, including 50 Cent’s 1999 song ‘Life’s on the Line’.
According to XXL, in 2013, Ja Rule admitted that he felt that he and Murder Inc. had lost the war between the rappers due to a federal investigation into the label.
However, it seems the beef continues with 50 Cent’s latest move. Taking to Instagram, the rapper shared a photoshopped picture of himself sitting amongst the empty seats. “What a show, I mean just fucking great. Do it again my kid went to the restroom. LOL #bellator #lecheminduroi” See that snap below.
Last month, the rapper responded to another feud – this time, between Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly. Eminem‘s diss track ‘Killshot’ received the biggest debut for a hip-hop track on YouTube and 50 Cent was quick to share a screenshot of an article that reported the track’s mammoth success.
“Man do you see this shit,Think about it the Biggest hip hop song on you tube”, he wrote on Instagram.
“Now everybody gotta take a L because of MGK. What the fuck, we didn’t have anything to do with this shit Damn. How many times yal was playing that shit. LOL get the strap”.
Eminem’s ‘Killshot’ achieved a massive 36 million views in 24 hours and also became the third biggest debut in YouTube’s history.
At present, the track has over 171 million YouTube views. In turn, Machine Gun Kelly responded to the track – and urged Eminem to “check his fucking facts”.
It was also recently suggested that the feud could be staged, after it emerged that Eminem and Kelly’s diss tracks were actually produced by the same person.