AceShowbiz - The back and forth between Ja Rule and 50 Cent has yet to come to an end. Ja Rule reignited their feud with his latest Instagram post in which he clowned the "Power" star over the shape of his head.
In attempt to troll Fifty, Ja Rule shared a video which was made by @marcus.901. The clip saw Fifty's head being compared to essentially every square-shaped item in existence. They included lasagna slices to lunchbags.
"Herman monster head ass n***a... #PettyMurphy," so Ja Rule captioned the video.
His post garnered attention from his followers. Marlon Wayans even found the video extremely funny as he wrote in the comment section, "Out of all that 'front of a Lamborghini nose a** n***a' was the winner." Record executive Irv Gotti also said, "Lol."
"Rule you the only n***a that be going back at 50!" one fan added. However, another fan thought that Rule shouldn't "stoop to his level." The fan added, "You were a f***in LEGEND waaayyy before there was a 15¢... You doing this just means he's winning and he's not a winner clearly!"
Fiddy and Rule's feud started back in 1999 when one of 50's friends allegedly robbed Ja of his chain in Queens. "That's how the beef originally started," Fiddy wrote in his book "From Pieces to Weight". "My man robbed [Ja] for a chain, and then this guy named Brown came and got the chain back for Ja. Later, Ja saw me in a club with the kid who robbed him. I went over to say, 'What's up' to Ja, and he acted like he had a problem with me. But I'm not the one who robbed him."
Last week, Fiddy weighed in on his rival's recent physical altercation when he was he was seemingly denied entry into S.O.B.'s in Manhattan. "S.O.B's -- ACCESS DENIED," he said while laughing in the first clip in the now-deleted Instagram post. "When you want someone to hold you back, and they don't. Let me take my shirt off 'cause I'ma do nothing, F**k this, because I'm gonna do a lot of nothin'. Exclusive footage -- of NOTHIN'. ...pump fakin' like they're getting ready to do somethin. 'Oh, hold my shirt.' "
According to Hot97, the brawl took place when "an artist who was performing" decided to perform a track that dissed Irv Gotti's record label Murder Inc. Although the two were initially denied entry, Rule and Irv ultimately got into the club.