Ja Rule calls 50 Cent “King Of Cap” as a result of he allegedly paid $ 3,000 to maintain his 2018 live performance empty

Ja Rule kicks off 2021 by addressing rumors and clarifying the facts! If you remember, roommates claimed in 2018 that 50 Cent bought 200 front row tickets to his Arlington, TX concert. The tickets were advertised through Groupon for $ 15, and 50 said they paid $ 3,000 to make sure the show was empty. 50 shared a post on his Instagram account in which he claimed to be at the fair entitled “What a show. I just mean damn great. Do it again My child went to the toilet. LOL #bellator #lecheminduroi ”

Well, this incident seems to be wrong according to the rule. In a recent interview, Rule told Hip Hop DX that everything is cap. He said, “It’s cap, yo! Cover! Such a cap! How did my n ** a Bobby Shmurda do it? He cuts. King of the hat, n *** a. I don’t say, I say, ‘Yo, I just got 10 stacks for anyone who can find recordings of this stupidity that this stupidity is not talking about.’ Look, we live in a world full of energy. Everything is on video. Come on man Stop being stupid, man! “

Rule continued to deny the allegations in the interview, saying it “never happened”. He even pointed out that even if 50 told the truth and bought multiple seats on the show, he would end up winning because he would get the win.

He said with a grin, “Even the thought of it is still stupid because all you did when you did this was put money in my pocket. And what do you think the promoter will do? Do you have an empty venue? They don’t let go or recharge! It’s the dumbest thing ever, yo. But yes, it’s cap. Never happened. “

Hopefully 50 Cent and Ja Rule can end their longstanding beef this year.

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