News: Ja Rule On 50 Cent's "Behind The Music" Special, "He Owes Me A Lot Of Checks" [Video]
Saturday, Oct 17, 2009 9:11AM
Ja Rule has shared his reaction to 50 Cent's "Behind The Music" VH1 special from last week and said his former rap nemesis is infatuated with name dropping him.
In addition to sharing his reaction, Rule also jokingly admitted to being owed checks from Fif.
"It's not new, he's always talking about me," Rule said in an interview about 50. "N*ggas love me man. Ol' Boo Boo was talking about me again? Let's get back to this b*tch a** n*gga Boo Boo. I should [get a check from 50]. That n*gga, man, he owes me a lot of checks man when you really want to think about it." (World Star Hip Hop)
He also resorted to Twitter earlier in the week to discuss the special.
"This 50 sh*t is funny...," he wrote Tuesday (October 13). "RT @M2Da_IzzO: @Ruleyork Why this guy change his shooting story everytime he tell it? Now he was in the backseat of a car? Hahaha "the streets know what happened @50cent know what happened" these n*ggas is P*SSY Lol... And I bought Juan Bernard his crib lol!!! RT @jaycole314: I Rocks Wit @Ruleyork! I Mean 50 First Album Was Classic, But That N*gga Is Lame.! NY Don't Fck Wit Dude!" (Ja Rule's Twitter)
Murder Inc. associate Cadillac Tah recently said 50 admired Rule during their 2002 beef.
"I guess [his plan] was for him to try to Tupac it, Tupac and Biggie," Tah explained in an interview. "Find a target, go after the target to make people look at him. That's kinda always been his little strategy even when he made the song 'How to Rob.' He did that so everybody would switch the attention to him, it wasn't like that was a bad plan. It worked, so if it worked it means it was a good plan. I was just not advising him to do that -- He played a ill strategic game. He threw Ja off of his grind and jumped on Ja's sh*t. He always wanted what Ja had, I mean that kinda fame, how Ja was killing 'em on the radio songs every five minutes...He came in the game with 'What up blood, what up cuz,' and then it's 'I wanna take you to the candy shop,' and he would start singing a whole lot. It's the same sh*t you had my n*gga on the Summer Jam screen about, making fun of that -- and you d*mn near made a whole singing album like that." (Ms Drama TV)
Rule also said his rap war against 50 was unfair due to the G-Unit leader's association with police.
"I went at 50 too, I don't think n*ggas think about that either," Rule said in an interview earlier this summer. "I went at that n*gga hard too. 50 done had a beef with a gang of n*ggas. Even the first record he made I think was 'How 2 Rob,' and I was the only artist that when I seen him, I was like, 'Eh, that ain't funny homie. What's happening.' You feel what I'm saying? Everybody else that seen him, 'Hahahahahaaa,' silly n*ggas. Nah n*gga, ain't no dap, n*gga. It ain't funny. What's happening? And I went at his head. He couldn't f*ck with what we as doing on these streets so he went into a booth and became Superman. And that's how that whole thing transcended and he was talking so much to the police, n*gga couldn't really express his true feelings. He got my n*ggas facing 20 years in jail, my n*gga Supreme is doing life right now. When n*ggas talk all that sh*t, I laugh because they don't know the infrastructure with how it all spiraled to what it is today." (Forbez DVD)
Check out Ja Rule's interview below: