Ja Rule Says 50 Cent Wants No Smoke In A Verzuz Battle

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Ja Rule still wants a chance to battle his rival 50 Cent in a Verzuz. For the past two decades, the rappers have not been the most cordial with each other. The majority of their beef has been displayed on social media through various memes. 

During a recent interview with HipHopDX, Ja believes that the reason behind 50 Cent denying a battle against him is because 50 doesn’t want any smoke.

That ain’t gon’ happen,” said Ja. “Everybody doesn’t want this smoke. I got heat. Let me tell you something when I do my shows, I can rock. I’m telling you, it’s like an hour of straight hit records. No filler. All crab meat, n***a. All meat in that motherfu**in’ crab cake.”

Back in April, Ja challenged 50 to battle him during Swizz Beats and Timberland’s matchup series. 

“It would break the internet in a bad way,” he said to Fat Joe. “It’s gonna be fu**ing broke for real. They may not be able to put it back up for a week or two. We can do that for the culture, ni**a.”

However, 50 would rather glove up in a boxing match. “I’m too old to be in Verzuz beef with my team of n***as,” he stated. “Come on. I’m 44, dog. Just get a boxing ring and we get in there, and we do that. All this other funny nutty sh*t, we ain’t doing that. We keep it regular. We keep it simple, man.”

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