50 Cent heard the rumblings but he's not interested in having a friendly competition with his arch-enemy.
Ja Rule made headlines when he told Fat Joe and Swizz Beatz that he would like to be part of the on-going Versuz series. Rule then took things a step further by claiming that he would love to go head-to-head against 50 Cent. Ja assured Swizz that this would be a lighthearted exhibition rooted in his love for hip-hop, promising to "behave" if the challenge is accepted.
50 Cent caught wind of Rule's challenge. Rather than letting his competitive spirit get the best of him, 50 decided to take to social media where he trolled Ja for thinking that their issues could be resolved on Instagram Live.
"who want to battle," 50 captioned the famous GIF of his cameo in Entourage. "and here’s a moment of silence for the still sick and suffering. LOL."
The rapper followed this with a post featuring a photoshopped picture of Ja Rule's face on a homeless man's body. In the picture, Rule is holding up a sign that reads: "I will battle 50 Cent for attention."
"Stupid #fryfestival," Fif wrote.
Ja responded on his IG Stories with an unflattering photo of 50 Cent while soundtracking it to Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones (Part II)." He also shared a poll that stated Ja had the advantage over Fif.
On Twitter, he responded with a sincere tweet, saying he stands by his catalogue and doesn't back down from a challenge.