Just hours after 50 Cent clowned Ja Rule for pleading guilty to a $1.1 million tax debt case, the ex-Murder Inc. artist has lashed back with his own taunts.
Writing on Twitter, Ja called out 50’s career and questioned his street credibility.
“I remember when we was beating @50cent a** he was curled up under the track board like a BIAICH lmao!!!,” Rule tweeted Wednesday (March 23).
“I can talk sh*t on twitter to that ho a** n*gga I already f*cked him up TWICE lol… Talk what u know ppl better yet ask him lmao!!!”
“@50cent talked about me singing but that n*gga sure be hitting that high note lol My STUDENT!!!”
“Lmao The PUPPET MASTER @50cent u still P*SSY at the end of the day haha!!! Follow Me!!!” (Ja Rule’s Twitter)
Earlier today, 50 poked fun at Rule’s unpaid tax case.
“D*mn you don’t want to pay taxes fool. Take 3 more years hahaha. Oh sh*t I’m crying LMAO,” 50 tweeted Wednesday (March 23).
“Lol RT @YouCantBSerious: Ja Rule pleads guilty to tax evasion aww this is the biggest headline for Ja since @50cent destroyed his career.”
“LMAO RT @Reg_GThisis69: I know @50cent is laughing his a** off at Jeffrey” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Details of his guilty plea circulated across the Internet Tuesday (March 22) afternoon.
Rapper Ja Rule could go to prison for three years but likely will be fined after admitting in federal court in Newark today that he ducked $1.1 million in federal income taxes on nearly $4.4 million in royalties and live performance payments over five years. U.S. Magistrate Judge Patty Shwartz allowed 35-year-old Jeffrey Atkins, who lives in the tony Bergen community of Saddle River, to remain free on $500,000 bail pending a scheduled June 13 sentencing. (Cliffview Pilot)
An attorney for Rule also confirmed yesterday’s action.
“He’s been working on addressing these issues for some time,” his attorney, Stacy Richmond, said after the hearing. “He’s taking full responsibility. He voluntarily walked in here, he wasn’t arrested.” (North Jersey News)
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