50 Cent Trolls Ja Rule for Doing a Gyro Commercial: 'This What Happens When You F*ck With Me'

Despite jokes, Ja Rule did this for a good cause.

Ja Rule attends Bootsy On The Water Miami Takeover 2020

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Ja Rule attends Bootsy On The Water Miami Takeover 2020

50 Cent's never-ending beef with Ja Rule has entered a new chapter. 

On Monday, 50 Cent took to Instagram where he clowned Ja Rule for promoting a local Greek restaurant. 

"This what happens when you fuck with me," 50 said in the now-deleted post. "I'll have you and your whole label selling Gyro's go head try me!"

By now, it's known that 50 Cent can be very petty—especially when it comes to Ja Rule and Murder Inc. But in Fif's defense, a lot of fans also found Ja Rule's new commercial to be ridiculous. Like 50, they decided to take to social media to troll Ja Rule for his new business endorsement. 

Ja Rule got paid a ziplock bag of lamb meat for this commercial pic.twitter.com/mDJVxI3SkE

— Charles J. Moore (@charles270) June 22, 2020

When 50 get a hold of this shit maaaaaan 🤦🏾‍♂️ https://t.co/FX2ztwQMWD

— Passion Playa Rilla Mane (@SlimGuerilla) June 22, 2020

I'm never asking "where's Ja" again. I don't wanna know anymore. Don't tell me. https://t.co/vSFXq5gftx

— Michell C. Clark (@MichellCClark) June 22, 2020

Possibly the most effective celebrity ad I've seen in the 21st century, can't wait to watch the shittier version at next year's Super Bowl https://t.co/pO1tsvFjdS

— Jeremy Gordon (@jeremypgordon) June 22, 2020

My official statement on the shameful Ja Rule Greek restaurant commercial. https://t.co/H00yFzNhgv pic.twitter.com/61ENEGsFTp

— Stavros Halkias (@stavvybaby) June 22, 2020

Just found out in context that Ja Rule was helping out a mom and pop shop struggling at this time so shout out to him 🙏 pic.twitter.com/PbrbZ7uenQ

— dumbfoundead (@dumbfoundead) June 22, 2020

Despite jokes, Ja Rule did this for a good cause. The coronavirus pandemic has had a harsh impact on local businesses. As a result, Ja Rule decided to put together this funny video to help out one of Los Angeles' staple places to eat. 

Yet, 50 didn't stop there. Along with the commercial, a video surfaced on the internet of Ja Rule performing a private event. Per TMZ, this party was secured through Rule's ICONN booking app. The fact that Ja Rule seemed to be performing for such a small crowd only became fuel for 50 to send shots at his rival. 

"If you don’t want to end up doing private birthday parties for 15 people... stay out of my way, OK," 50 Cent said in another deleted Instagram post. 

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