New York rapper Ja Rule is making it no secret – snitches get stitches and none of his respect. The hip-hop veteran has weighed-in on the idea of people telling on others.
Rule hit up Twitter Friday to keep it 100 on how he feels about snitching in 2019.
This week, Ja hit up Instagram to let loose on longtime rap rival 50 Cent and his recent comments about an upcoming Murder Inc. movie production.
On Tuesday, 50 Cent lit up his Instagram page going in-in on Ja Rule and Murder Inc. CEO Irv Gotti for trying to secure Jamie Foxx to star in an upcoming movie based on former drug kingpin Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff.
Recently, buzz developed about Gotti and Rule putting together the Supreme flick.
A few weeks ago, Christ Gotti was guest on iHeart Radio to open up on his recent ventures, including breaking news that a movie centered around the Supreme Team crew is in the works. Gotti, who’s producing the biopic, has already got Jamie Foxx on board to play Kenneth ‘Supreme’ McGriff, who we’re assuming will be offering his input as well. Currently, Supreme is serving life in prison, without the possibility for parole on alleged murder-for-hire and drug trafficking activities. (OnSmash)