New York rapper Ja Rule has zip-zero plans of calling a truce with his arch rival. The Queens native went to social media this week to explain just how deep his issues are with 50 Cent.
Rule went to Instagram Friday to keep things 100 on his lack of respect for Fif.
50 went to Instagram Tuesday to rip Ja for allegedly owning millions to the government.
This week, a report surfaced about Rule’s tax woes dating back to 2009.
The Murda Ink rapper turned Fyre Festival promoter has been left on the look for more than $2 million in back federal taxes on liens stretching back more than 10 years, BOSSIP has learned. The IRS issued Ja’s latest lien late last month for $443,442 for income he earned in 2016 – some of it likely coming from his work behind the failed Fyre Festival. (Bossip)
Back in November, Ja ripped 50 Cent trolls about owning his music.