50 Cent and Ja Rule Chime In on Drake and Pusha T’s Heated Rap Battle
If you're like us, you're are glued to your seats waiting for Drake's response to Pusha T’s brutal track “The Story of Adidon.” 50 Cent and Ja Rule are also enjoying the rap battle as well.
Fif and Ja have a long history of beefing with each other that dates back to the early 2000s, and it’s still ongoing. 50 went on Instagram to deliver his thoughts on the Pusha T-Drake rap beef.
In a hilarious post, the image features a man showing his son how to hold a gun (it's a scene from the 1992 gang flick South Central). At the top, the description reads, “How 50 Cent would’ve taken a picture with Drake’s son at Chucky Cheese for the diss album cover."
In the caption, 50 Cent replied, "This is kinda my style, but I’m just enjoying the show like everybody else on this one."
Meanwhile, Ja Rule made of light of the rap beef on Twitter. He tweeted out, "Drake, Push ima let y’all finish but 'Loose Change' was one of the most disrespectful diss records of ALL TIME..."
For those who may be unfamiliar, Ja Rule dissed 50, Eminem and the rest of Aftermath Records on "Loose Change," which is the name he calls the G-Unit leader. The former Murder Inc. rapper even disrespected Dr. Dre on the track by suggesting he cheats on his wife with transwomen.
We posted Ja Rule's diss song below to refresh your memory.
Listen to Ja Rule's Song "Loose Change"
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