50 Cent on Ja Rule Feud: 'It Ain't Over Till One of Us Gone'

Nearly 20 years later, 50 Cent and Ja Rule are still going at it.

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Despite being nearly 20 years old, the public feud between 50 Cent and Ja Rule still doesn't appear to be anywhere near an amicable conclusion. 2018 has given us no shortage of 50 and Ja-related headlines, most recently revolving around an alleged ticketing stunt, and now—as should probably be expected—we have another one.

In an Instagram comment apparently posted in response to Ja Rule's "#PULLUP" reply, 50 explained why this years-long disagreement will likely continue for the foreseeable future. "South Side rules apply," he said. "It's never over. We may take a break, but [it] ain't over till one of us gone."

Late last month, 50 claimed to have purchased 200 tickets to a Ja Rule show for the sole purpose of ensuring 200 empty seats. He later shared a Photoshopped image of himself among several rows of empty seats at an unknown concert.

Memorably, this year began with Ja Rule declaring that he owned 50 Cent's soul "and EVERYONE sees it now."

I own your soul @50cent 😂🤣😭 and EVERYONE sees it now... your my bitch!!!

— Ja Rule (@jarule) January 19, 2018

Amid all the resumed Ja Rule feuding, 50 inked a new deal with Starz worth a reported $150 million. The deal includes a four-year overall including both scripted and unscripted potential series for the network, which is already the home of 50's hit series Power.

Ja Rule, meanwhile, is currently out on the road. A "Fuck 50 Cent!" chant broke out during a recent stop, as pointed out by Ja himself Tuesday:

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