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"Don't nobody care about you fool," 50 tweeted about Ja.
Not to be outdone, Ja responded to 50's shots almost immediately. "This n---- @50cent talking can somebody tell this clown he aint HOT no more lol," wrote Ja Rule. He then took the opportunity to blast 50's low album sales. "He got 3 mil followers and his last album barely went gold gtfoh @50cent," he tweeted. "Don't worry about my tax issue there gonna pay the 1.1 mill...most of u n----s can't pay your phone bill lmao #WINNING STILL."
The 'Always on Time' creator continued with his rant, stating the G-Unit head honcho's empire was on the decline. "This Curtis fellow is a real clown clothing line dead sneakers dead album sales been dead and ya'll let him talk like he's poppin @50cent. I wouldn't expect anything different from a ho a-- n---- like @50Cent," tweeted Ja Rule.
Catching wind to Ja's rebuttal 50 went at him again. "Go sit yo a-- down," he started. "Hahaha. These fools never play chess. I remind people how stupid they are before every project and they just bite the bait."
These two have gone at each other through just about every channel possible, from interviews to diss records, and appear to be showing no signs of reconciling. At this point, Ja has so much on his plate, making peace with 50 is probably not even on his list of priorities.
Aside from his tax issues, the 36-year-old will head to jail in June for a weapons possession charge. The former Murder Inc. frontman is also prepping the release of his next album 'The Renaissance Project,' which is due out June 7, one day before he starts his prison sentence.
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