And while the trio spoke at length about a wide variety of topics, conversation eventually turned to one of 50's most notorious enemies - Ja Rule.
Rule continued his onslaught Friday (January 19) by dissing Fif's Hollywood projects like Starz show "Power" and his new Den of Thieves flick. "Lol you sure you want to do this?" 34% rotten tomatoes save your money!
Twitter's reactions to a potential Ja vs. 50 revival were largely concerned about the fact that it's been about 15 years since Ja Rule has had a relevant single, but fans remain enthralled at the idea of the beef in 2018. "Ja Rule callin' 50 a pussy at 9am on Friday.look out for him announcing a new album/show/whatever by Monday", wrote another, implying Ja's simply using a beef with 50 for marketing purposes.
Earlier in the day, Ja fired off some unexpected shots at Curtis Jackson.
When asked what he would do if he ran into Ja these days, 50 apparently said "I'd put him to bed". Ja Rule's tweet is unnecessary and a sign of immaturity not befitting of a musician with such a large following.
The anecdote prompts Big Boy to ask if 50 and Ja have had any contact since.
Sitting next to Ice Cube's son O'Shea Jackson Jr., 50 Cent and company began talking about Ja Rule with OJJ admitting that "I told 50 when I met him 'I like Ja Rule". You can catch the Ja talk around the twenty-five minute mark.
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