50 Cent Reacts To Ja Rule Lawsuit Over Massive Tax Debt: “Pay Your Taxes Fool”

50 Cent never miss an opportunity to trash his old foe Ja Rule.

The two rappers have been locked in a beef that spans decades, and it seems that 50’s latest behavior might tip the scale over. On Thursday, 50 Cent shared a post that might cause the feud to be revived. Fiddy is hilarious, but sometimes his actions are not only petty but downright ridiculous. When it comes to Ja Rule, though, his reaction has no rules as he seizes every opportunity to drag the Murder Inc. veteran.

His latest antics saw him sharing a news article that said his arch-rival owed over $3 million to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on his Instagram account to his 26 million followers. The headline was shared via a screenshot of the article about the IRS’s suing Ja Rule and his wife on his account with the caption, “you gotta pay your taxes fool.”

The two rappers have had one of the longest beef in rap history, dating back to the late 1990s. According to 50 Cent, who spoke of the bad blood, it started in 1999 after Ja Rule saw him with a man who allegedly robbed him of his jewelry.

However, Ja Rule says the issues come from a video shoot in Queens, New York. He says 50 Cent became jealous because he was “getting so much love” from the neighborhood that 50 Cent came from.

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Over the years, the beef threatened to spill over as the two take jabs at each other at every opportunity. Recently, Ja Rule referred to 50 Cent as the “king of cap” while doing an interview with HipHopDX in January. He was speaking to 50’s claim that he once bought multiple tickets to a Ja Rule concert in 2018 just so the seats would be empty.

“It’s cap, yo!” Ja Rule said. “Cap! Such cap! How my ni**a Bobby Shmurda did it? He’s capping. King of cap, ni**a. I tell ni**as, I say, ‘Yo, I got 10 stacks right now for anybody that can find footage of this foolery that this n***a is talking about.’ Listen, we live in a world of f***ing, everything is on video. Come on, man. Stop with the foolery, man!”

He went on to add, “Even the thought of it is still stupid, because ni**a, all you did if you did that, was put money in my pocket. And what you think the promoter is going to do? Have an empty venue? You let ni**as in free or charge them again! It’s the dumbest shit ever, yo. But yeah, it’s cap. Never happened.”

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Ja Rule & His Wife Aisha Atkins Sued by the IRS For $3 Million Tax Debt

Ja Rule and his wife, Aisha Atkins, are apparently facing a $3 million lawsuit over their alleged tax debt. This mightn’t come as a shock to his fans, who in recent times have been inundated with reports of the rapper fighting an uphill battle against the IRS over alleged back taxes.

According to reports, the legal battle seems to be turning in the IRS’s favor. The IRS is suing the couple for $3 million for yet another instance of alleged tax debt. This comes after it was also reported in 2018 that Ja Rule, real name Jeffrey Atkins, hadn’t paid taxes for ten years. Even though the “Clap Back” rapper should be very familiar with tax law by now, it seems he’s still fallen prey to the tax system once again.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, lawyers representing the US filed the suit against Ja Rule after the IRS requested they take the rapper to court. According to the lawsuit, the couple owes money for the years 2005-2010 and 2012-2017. The exact figure is listed as $3,139,237.76.

The breakdown is as follows: $357,421.23 (2005), $518,700.88 (2006), $348,087.49 (2007) $267,193 (2008), $198,817.99 (2009), $47,901.53 (2010), $128,926.37 (2012), $116,720.65 (2013), $229,577.62 (2014), $212,270.42 (2015), $526,431.46 (2016) and $187,188.52 (2017).

The IRS also stated that even though they requested the money on several occasions, Ja Rule has so far refused to pay up on the bill. They are demanding the court enforce payment from the couple. Even though Ja Rule has not responded to the charges, he’s hired his longtime attorney, Stacy Richman, to handle the case.

As stated before, he is no stranger to tax woes. In 2011, he was sentenced to 28 months in prison for failing to file income tax returns with the IRS. At that time, he failed to file his taxes between 2004 and 2008 and owed over $1.1 million in taxes. He was already serving a prison sentence for gun possession. While serving his time for the gun charges, he worked out a deal with prosecutors over the tax evasion and agreed to pay $1 million back to the state. He cut a deal with prosecutors, and the charges related to him not paying his taxes in 2007 and 2008 were dropped.

While in court, answering the initial tax evasion charges, he said that he “pays plenty of taxes, millions of dollars in taxes. I owed them a little bit more.”

He added: “I had some issues when the whole Murder Inc. thing went down with my accountant, and she had some federal issues with the boys herself for doing some things, so I fell into a few issues there, but it’s not an issue like that. That’s being taken care of.”

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Ja Rule Details How He Took Advantage Jay-Z & DMX Supergroup Failing

Fans are well acquainted with the work of former boss of Murder Inc. Irv Gotti. Like how in the 2000s, he personally saw to it that 50 Cent was blocked from the label.

What fans don’t know is how much work Gotti put into forming a supergroup that would include Jay-Z and DMX for Murder Inc. Probably most noteworthy is that he went about trying to form this supergroup without any of artistes knowing. Ja Rule opened up about that time during a recent HipHopDX interview.

“We knew what was going on, but it was kind of like pulling teeth to get it done, is what I’m saying. Never a conversation. Irv was like — It’s the Don King movie and Don King is trying to get fu**ing Muhammad Ali and, what’s my dude’s name, ma, George Foreman to do the fight in Africa, but he didn’t have either fighter,” he revealed.

Ja Rule also disclosed that it was arduous work for Gotti as he tried to assemble the group. At that time, it was nearly impossible to get Jay-Z and Dark X in the same room, but Gotti remained undeterred. The “Always on Time” singer said that he didn’t really care what was going on behind the scenes because he was a new artiste.

“I didn’t give a f#ck. I was the new artist, I was just coming out, so that was an honour for me to be able to walk with those dudes, but for me, it was different because I’d known them for so long. I’d known them before they were who they were and it was like, ‘Okay, I’m rhyming with my partners. My homies,” he said.

Though the plans for the crew never came to fruition, Gotti was still able to pull strings for the trio’s classic press appearance.

“Irv was kind of just doubling down on sh*t like, ‘I got Jay on this record, I’m going to sneak and let X get on the record and then yo, Rule. It was that type of sh*t. So, the XXL cover, that sh*t came about the same type of way.” The group never produced a full-length album.

He added that he was grateful that music never materialized from the group because, in the end, he was able to carve out his own way in music.
“F**k it, it would’ve been great! For me, I think about it. Hindsight is already 20/20, but I think about it now and I’m like, ‘damn, I was the low man on that totem pole,’ so if I would’ve did it, that would’ve been my career,” he said.

He believes that fans would eventually not give him credit for being good in his own right. “Everybody would’ve always talked about how I came in on that and every hit record I would’ve made after that would’ve been, ‘Well, it’s because … you know, he’s part of Murder Inc. How did he not blow up after that?”

Check out Ja Rule’s interview below.

Meek Mill – Stay Woke lyrics

[Intro]
How I keep from going under?
It’s like a jungle outside
Sometimes I wonder
How I keep from going under

[Verse 1: Meek Mill]
We scream, “Black Lives Matter,” but we still toting ladders
Watching our own brothers trying to get at us
Dreams get shattered when a scene full of crackers
And they charge you with some sh*t you ain’t do
You like what happen
We go get lawyers to say sh*t, we don’t know how to talk
They told us to hate each other before we learn how to walk
Momma taught you how to fight, fight, before she taught you how to write, write
And daddy locked down in the cell, can’t kiss you night, night
Ma, she’s under the bed every night, feel like it’s fright night
Coke fumes in the air, mama holding on that pipe tight
And you catching contact, but never mind that
In a world where Black is wrong and white right
It’s like a combat, we go to war for our freedom, they say we equal
I used to wanna play like Randall and be an Eagle
I used to play the quarterback, my dog would go receiver
That was ’til ball got flat by a dope needle on the pavement
It’s amazing, this environment we was raised in
On them papers, one mistake and getting caged in
You gotta feel me, feel like the system trying to kill me
Got arrested and the charges F1 for popping wheelies, stay woke

[Chorus: Miguel]
It was designed for us to fail
Still prevail through the hell
Though it was designed for us to lose
To make it through nothing’s impossible
Believe it we’re still undefeated

[Verse 2]
Picture me ten years younger with some tats on my face
Taking a bunch of Xannys with the strap on my waist
Pointing at the camera like mama ain’t teach me manners
Moving a little rock like I’m heading to Alabama, no, wait
I can’t judge them, I’m just trying to understand them
Cause I used to pop Percs, pouring purple in my Phantom
Had me swerving in my Phantom like I’m running from my dreams
I was heading for the slammer, I was planting all the seed for them to bury me
I had my whole family mad at me
Feel deep in love with the game and it married me
Judge said, “I’ll give you a chance, just don’t embarrass me”
Motivating these little niggas is like a charity
Community service even though they knew we was working
They did this to me on purpose, ’cause I ain’t moving too perfect
I stay away from them clowns, watch how I move through the surface
Cause they be weighing you down, even some of them dudes in your circle

[Chorus: Miguel]
It was designed for us to fail
Still prevail through the hell
Though it was designed for us to lose
Nothing, nothing, nothing’s impossible
Believe it, we’re still undefeated

[Verse 3: Meek Mill]
How can I pledge allegiance to the flag
When they killing all our sons all our dads?
I come from a place
When you kill your own brother you can brag
Like he got bodies, but that’s a fad, no, that’s a fact
I’m screaming out at your corner, nigga, that’s a trap
Screaming out, that’s your homie, nigga, that’s a rack
Catch a case with him, bet he crack
Odds against you and they double stack stay woke
Bought my mama a new crib, that’s some gangster sh*t
Niece and nephews walking around wearing minks and sh*t
Keep the hood motivated, this the thanks I get
Try to Ja Rule the kid on some Wanksta sh*t
But that’s impossible ’cause I’m unstoppable
The label can’t drop me, nigga, I’m too valuable
You thought I would lose but I won and that bothered you
Still move around in Philly just like the mobsters do
When I talked to Em and Hov, they said, “I’m proud of you
You stood tall when everyone doubted you”
My reply is, “I do what I gotta do
And I need that verse before you retire too”
Jumping all the obstacles, I’m way too wavy
Said I would lose but you way too crazy
Pick and choose either fame or the money fame will make you crazy
And the money will make them bad bitches say, “Thank you, baby”
You’re welcome

Fat Joe Details How He Tried Getting 50 Cent and Ja Rule On Same Stage

Fat Joe says he tried to get 50 Cent and Ja Rule on the same stage and failed miserably.

The Terror Squad rap legend sat down with “Ebro In The Morning” on Hot 97 earlier today with his new artist Dre where he detailed how he tried to get 50 and Rule to perform together on Summer Jam and was shut down instantly. He explains how he came up with the grand idea to make the two New York rappers who have been beefing for years on the same stage.

Before he got to the topic of the beef, Fat Joe said he would love to A&R (Artists and repertoire) 50 Cent. “I’d make him the hottest rapper in the game it’s a fact right now 2018 if I A&R 50 Cent I would be him the hottest rapper in the game,” he said. Whether Fiddy will agree to that is another story, he might just be too busy cashing in his Bitcoins and producing movies and TV shows.

“They both good friends of mine, I love Ja Rule, i love the whole Murder Inc crew, and 50 he is a good friend too, you know am not with it man,” Fat Joe said while adding, “I know they can’t squash the beef. If there was a possibility of squashing then I would be at the summit.”

Joe then touched on the hot-button issue of 50 Cent and Ja Rule, who went after each other as recently as this week. “I tried to bring them both at Summer Jam last year and I got a ‘f**k your moms,” the rapper/producer said. “Ni**s was like, ‘There won’t be no kumbaya moments on this f**ing stage.’ That was that. I tried it.”

Listen to the full interview below.

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PnB Rock Says Drake Is First Rapper To Add Melody To Rap


PnB Rock is crediting Drake from bringing melody to rap music and fans are reacting.

Needless to say that hip hop fans aren’t buying it, but PnB insist that the 6 God is the OG for rap melodies. He made the claim during an interview with Montreality, where he conveniently forget all the other rappers who harmonized their rap songs like Lauryn Hill, Andre 3000, Ja Rule, Nelly, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, and many more. As a credit to PnB Rock, he did say Drake started it in his era.

“Drake n***a started that sh*t to me bro,” he said. “I don’t give a f**k what nobody say. I can’t say he started it, but in my era of time he started it. N***as was doing it before like Ja Rule did it. A lot of people was putting little melodies into they sh*t even back in the day. But he really made it to where as though you could rap and sing on some real sh*t at the same damn time.”

PnB Rock says he was in prison the first time he heard Drake rapping and singing melodies on his breakout hit “Best I Ever Had” in 2008, and his first thought was this is dope. “I remember when I first heard it, it was like 2008,” he said. “I was locked up… I was in placement [at] Vision Quest. “Best I Ever Had” came on the radio and I was like, ‘Bruh, who the f**k is this n***a, bruh?’ I’m like, this n***a is the most fire sh*t I ever heard.”

While Drake is a hugely talented artist who is great at blending rap and R&B, he is certainly not the pioneer of that musical art form. A lot of artists before him did it and did it well also.

Bro @drake & @pnbrock NEED TO MAKE FIRE TOGETHER ???? PLEASEEEEEEEEEE

— PAYTOOBEYME (@OnlyKES_) November 17, 2017

PNB ROCK IS HOT TRASH YALL ARE WEIRD

— HeartTakeDrake™ (@HeartTakeDrake) November 21, 2017

@pnbrock is the move.. Drake who?? ?????

— YUNG JEFF HARDY (@Amir_So_Fetch) November 21, 2017

@pnbrock drake did not bring melody back to hip hop it was Kanye. Research it smh.

— L (@KidAdidas26) November 18, 2017

 

P Money – Conspiracy Don

[Partial Hook]
L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Verse 1]
Everybody talking gang
Till they really seen my gang
I don’t wanna hear nobody chatting ’bout ride and bang
You wouldn’t even drive in the van
These youts really haven’t got a clue about man
I’ll give you a clue about man
I’ve got friends that fought undies with the opps
They pulled up on a man (buss it, buss it)
Feds caught one in the hand
I can’t roll with some man
How can I get nicked? You get nicked
But they only wanna charge man
Couldn’t even wait till you got to the station
I bet you snitched in the van
Now man’s got P phoning my bredrins
Yo, when you see dem man
Real conspiracy man

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Verse 2]
What you mean, “wah gwan, cool”?
Me and dem man are not cool
I don’t wanna hear nobody saying they know me from school
Been a lot of years since school
Blud, these pussyholes don’t even know what I’m called
Man ain’t Peter or Paul
When I walked in the room with the longest tool
Man thought I’d come to play pool (buss it, buss it)
Holes in chests and walls, I can’t roll with these fools
A man raps hard, when they get nicked
Not one of them turn Ja Rule
Violate me, you won’t be able, MAC-10 trigger gets pulled
So many holes in your whip, you’ll have to get pulled
If that was us getting pulled (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy rules

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Partial Hook]
L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Outro]
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it

P Money – Conspiracy Don Lyrics

[Partial Hook]
L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Verse 1]
Everybody talking gang
Till they really seen my gang
I don’t wanna hear nobody chatting ’bout ride and bang
You wouldn’t even drive in the van
These youts really haven’t got a clue about man
I’ll give you a clue about man
I’ve got friends that fought undies with the opps
They pulled up on a man (buss it, buss it)
Feds caught one in the hand
I can’t roll with some man
How can I get nicked? You get nicked
But they only wanna charge man
Couldn’t even wait till you got to the station
I bet you snitched in the van
Now man’s got P phoning my bredrins
Yo, when you see dem man
Real conspiracy man

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Verse 2]
What you mean, “wah gwan, cool”?
Me and dem man are not cool
I don’t wanna hear nobody saying they know me from school
Been a lot of years since school
Blud, these pussyholes don’t even know what I’m called
Man ain’t Peter or Paul
When I walked in the room with the longest tool
Man thought I’d come to play pool (buss it, buss it)
Holes in chests and walls, I can’t roll with these fools
A man raps hard, when they get nicked
Not one of them turn Ja Rule
Violate me, you won’t be able, MAC-10 trigger gets pulled
So many holes in your whip, you’ll have to get pulled
If that was us getting pulled (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy rules

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Partial Hook]
L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun

[Hook]
South L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)
Real conspiracy don, south L-O-N don
I can’t believe my ears, man thinks that me done
Everybody talking bad till dem skin get bun
One phone call, two bike riders will skid with gun (buss it, buss it)

[Outro]
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it
Buss it, buss it