50 Cent dishes on his recent power move against Ja Rule.
50 Cent's ongoing feud with Ja Rule won't die down anytime soon, or at least that's how it seems. Fif's social media accounts are pretty much his place to troll his opps, even if it might lead to legal issues. This past fall, Fif pulled a major power move on Ja Rule by buying out the first four rows of his concert, ultimately leaving the seats empty. Ja Rule might think he's still victorious in the beef, but Fif suggests spending $3000 on the concert was more of an investment.
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Stephen Colbert recently found out about 50 Cent's beef with Ja Rule which Fif described as "old school." Colbert asked the Power exec about the power move he pulled on Ja Rule back in October. 50 Cent bought out the first four rows of a Ja Rule concert, only to leave them empty throughout the performance. Fif revealed that he spent $3000 to buy out the first four rows of his concert. What's worse is that Fif copped all of the tickets on Groupon for $15 a pop which added up to the $3K. However, Fif believes that it "wasn't a big deal."
"I was like, How much are the tickets? $15? Okay, give me the first four rows," Fif recalled before revealing that his motive behind it was to test Ja Rule's showmanship.
"Now, we gotta test your showmanship. When you come and there ain't no one in the front seats," he said. "You gotta still perform like everybody's here."
Colbert came to a realization many rappers came to early. "You do not wanna fuck with you," the talk show host said while laughing.
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