In a now-deleted Instagram picture, Ja Rule re-posted a picture from a page claiming to represent the Black Mafia Family. In the post, the account paired a picture of 50 Cent next to rapper-turned-informant, 6ix9ine, with a captioned that banned 50 Cent from Detroit.
"You Banned DONT COME TO DETROIT," the lengthy caption reads. "You running around with wanna be’s & paid police. They cant help you so we suggest you keep it moving." According to HotNewHipHop.com, Ja Rule used this as fuel to throw shots at his longstanding rival.
"HEY FOOFY DONT WORRY ABOUT WHAT WE DOING WITH THE SUPREME TEAM MOVIE," Ja Rule wrote. "WORRY ABOUT GETTING MORE POLICE SECURITY."
This week, Irv Gotti told the Outlawz Radio show that he's working on a movie centered around Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff and the Supreme Team. He even said that Jamie Foxx had agreed to play McGriff.
Supreme has a close connection with Irv Gotti and Murder Inc. Records. He's also been fingered in connection to 50 Cent's attempted murder. The sight of his two enemies rekindling their connection lit a fire under 50. This led to the rapper taking to Instagram where he shut down rumors that Foxx would be involved with the project, claiming that he spoke to the actor personally.
"This shit isn’t even set up at a studio, stop using Jamie name.I talk to him already you can fucking forget about it Buck O," the rapper wrote. "Y’all not even from South Side, get the fuck outta here. I’m doing that story with Bimmy at STARZ. LOL get ya weight up."
Although Ja Rule deleted the repost, he added a clip of him in the studio recording what appears to be a track dedicated to the Supreme Team.