New York rap veteran Ja Rule can’t be fazed. Ahead of his Verzuz battle against fellow OG Fat Joe going down this week on Tuesday, he went online to speak about rumors of a 50 Cent cameo during their faceoff.
Ja Rule Addresses 50 Cent Verzuz Cameo Rumors
Ja Rule made it clear that if his longtime rival and enemy showed up, it wouldn’t faze him or throw him off. The “Mesmerize” rapper noted how Fif denied squaring up to him on a best hits Verzuz battle, and Ja will take on Joey Crack at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.
“I will say, 50 had his shot. I wanted him in the dog house first. He didn’t want to come to the dog house. So me and crack are going to represent for the city and do it right and put on a beautiful, beautiful show. But you know, me and Crack are both competitors. It’s going to be a fight, a great show for people.”
When asked about the possibility of a 50 Cent appearance, he shut it down immediately. Ja Rule did say, though, he’d have to give both Fif and Joey the work in that case.
“Listen, that would be the dumbest thing ever. You didn’t want to get in the gauntlet with me, but you want to make an appearance? Come on — bring it on, baby! I ain’t fearing nothing, yo. If that happens, that just means I have to give both of them that work!”
50 Cent Promises ‘BMF’ Is Must-See
Curtis Jackson probably isn’t concerned about Ja Rule and showing up to the Verzuz because his mind is elsewhere. Fif knows he might have struck gold with his upcoming Black Mafia Family series. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to plug the upcoming series with a super flashback to jailed ex-street kingpin Big Meech.
Fifty hit up his Instagram page with a snapshot of Meech and his son. 50 also went the extra mile to guarantee his series is going to be must-see worthy.
“yeah it’s lit 🔥you gotta love this, it’s must see Tv 📺 they don’t understand culture.🚦Green Light Gang #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi”
50 Cent Reveals Eminem’s BMF Role
50 is doing much more than just clocking in friendship goals with his longtime mentor Eminem these days. The hip-hop executive recently announced Slim Shady will play a vital role in his upcoming Black Mafia Family STARZ series.
Fifty went to Instagram to confirm buzz about Marshall Mathers appearing in his highly-anticipated show. 50 announced being the person responsible for having Em play the role of real-life former Detroit criminal White Boy Rick a.k.a. Richard John Wershe Jr.
“Oh yeah i’m bringing the big dogs out, I couldn’t do a show based in Detroit without incorporating the legend @eminem. Got him to play white Boy Rick in BMF, this sh*t is out of here. 🚦Green Light Gang @[email protected]“
50’s big revelation ignited co-signs from G-Unit’s Uncle Murda and his girlfriend Cuban Link.
“🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥” -Uncle Murda
“🔥🔥🔥🔥” -Cuban Link
Eminem Confirms New BMF Series Role
The rap heavyweight also confirmed the unexpected power move in a formal statement. Fifty dished on just how much it means for him to appear in the upcoming production.
Eminem stans are gonna want to make sure they subscribe to Starz. The Real Slim Shady is set to guest star on new upcoming drama “BMF” (“Black Mafia Family”), TheWrap has learned exclusively. He’ll (very briefly) play White Boy Rick on one episode of the 50 Cent production. “I’m honored and appreciative of my good friend Em for supporting my new show ‘BMF,’” Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson said in a statement. “We couldn’t do a show based in Detroit without incorporating the legend that is Eminem.” (The Wrap)