50 Cent Bought 200 Front Row Seats At Ja Rule Show To Leave Them Empty Is The Most Petty, Most Amazing Troll


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Find you a girl who will love you half as much as 50 Cent loves trolling Ja Rule. The beef between fellow Queens rappers dates back nearly 20 years and does not appear to be coming to a close any time soon, especially after 50 Cent’s latest hilarious stunt that is the most petty thing ever.

Apparently, 50 Cent saw that a Ja Rule concert in November was on sale on Groupon for the low (or high) price of $15. That’s when Curtis Jackson devised the most dubious scheme to troll the hell out of poor Ja Rule. Fiddy claims he purchased 200 front row tickets to Ja Rule’s concert for the sole reason that the seats would be completely empty.

“People think I’m mean, so go see this. $15 bucks wait what I do now LOL,” the G-Unit rapper wrote on Instagram. “I just bought 200 seats in the front so they can be empty. LOL.” I kinda want to start a beef with 50 Cent just so he trolls me by buying all of my old shit I sell on Facebook Marketplace.

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It must be good to have Vitamin Water money. Actually, 200 concert tickets for only $3,000 isn’t too bad of a deal. But just one dastardly Instagram post is never enough for 50 Cent, who followed it up with memes showing what Ja’s sad, empty show would look like.


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God bless 50 Cent. Ja Rule can certainly say that he is the winner in the latest chapter of the long-running rap beef since Fiddy paid for 200 tickets to the “It’s Murda” rapper. But when it comes to trolling, 50 Cent is definitely living his best “Venni Vetti Vecci” life and that might not be priceless, but easily worth $3,000 in all of the publicity.