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Ja Rule Just Called “Tickle Booty” 50 Cent A “Pu$$y” In New Heated Twitter Tirade

Ja Rule Just Called “Tickle Booty” 50 Cent A “Pu$$y” In New Heated Twitter Tirade

Ja Rule and 50 Cent are at war yet again.

On Friday morning, Ja Rule launched into a full Twitter tirade throwing all kinds of disses and grenades at 50 Cent. “Fun hip hop FACT: @50cent is a pu&&y,” he first wrote in what led to a series of inappropriate tweets.

In the string of messages, the New York rapper suggested that Fiddy keeps “my name in his mouth” and that he’d “rather have my d*ck in his mouth.” The homosexual comments didn’t stop there.

Rule then tweeted that his longtime nemesis has a “ticklebooty.”

 

Rule and 50 Cent have had beef for years, starting back in the 90’s. So during Ja’s recent attack, he made sure to tackle ongoing reports regarding their history. “And to all you journalist, bloggers, radio personalities DONT BE SCARED TO ASK why did he get an order of protection,” he wrote. “Or did I whoop him out at the studio or did he talk to the feds…

 

 

The new beef ignited on Friday morning after 50 Cent told host Big Boy on LA’s 92.3 that if he saw Ja in 2018 he would “put him to bed.”

This is interesting because back in 2013, the two were on a plane together and there were no issues. “What are the chances me and 50 same flight same row no problems!!!! #Grownmansh*t,” Ja tweeted at the time. “For all those who want nothing more then for two black successful black men to KILL each other KILL YOURSELF!!! #ni**aweoffdat.”

Well according to Fiddy, once you are at the airport, a fight is instantly a federal offense, which is why he was on his best behavior.

And while the New York rapper claimed they were on good terms a few years back, he also has admitted to enjoying rap wars. Here’s what he told HipHollywood back in October 2013.

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