Ja Rule needs to understand that, as Uncle Ben warned us all, with great power comes great responsibility. Ja tried channeling his own powers—akin to the actual power of the BasedGod curse, which flows through the veins of Lil B—and put a curse on the Sacramento Kings

Why are the Kings getting caught in Ja's crosshairs? It may be because the rapper was upset over a tweet from the team's Twitter account where they called upon him in their game last night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. They were closing in a loss to the same team that was supposed to be hexed by Rule. 

The "when the curse doesn't work" meme is in reference to Rule putting a hex on the Timberwolves after they incorporated a Fyre Festival swipe while poking fun at his disastrous '90s Night halftime performance

Rule not only thought he was imbued with the power to curse a basketball franchise, he also predicted the eventual departure of Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns. So, why did he mention that KAT was going to leave the Kings during free agency when he cursed them as well two days later in a tweet that since been deleted? 

The Kings' Twitter account wasn't going to back down from Rule either, unleashing a Fyre comeback of their own. 

The problem with Rule trying to tap into his own BasedGod curse is that he could've reached out to Lil B, who would have informed him that, back in December 2017, the Kings were one of the seven NBA teams that received the BasedGod's blessing

C'mon Ja.