Ja Rule Hits Back At 50 Cent Mocking Him Over Denied Entry Into U.K. | WhatsOnRap

Ja Rule Fires Back at 50 Cent's Taunts Over UK Tour Crisis and Jokes About Being Denied Entry Into U.K.

Hip Hop Drama: Ja Rule Fires Back at 50 Cent's UK Tour Mockery
In the latest exchange of jabs between hip-hop heavyweights, Ja Rule has responded to 50 Cent's mockery over his UK tour debacle. The saga began when Ja Rule revealed on Tuesday that he had been denied entry into the UK for his anticipated Sunrise Tour, slated to kick off on March 1st.

Seizing the opportunity to poke fun at his longtime rival, 50 Cent took to Instagram to taunt Ja Rule. Alongside a screenshot of the news about Ja's entry denial, 50 Cent wrote:
Hahahahahaha I did not have nothing to do with this bitch not getting in. LOL.

- 50 Cent

In another post, 50 seemingly took credit for the situation, writing:
LMAO. I got juice all over the place sucker!

- 50 Cent

Ja Rule swiftly fired back at 50 Cent's jabs, responding on X, "N-gga you p*ssy sh*t up…" Despite 50 Cent's posts being deleted afterward, the tension between the two hip-hop icons remained palpable. 

Ja Rule Defending Himself Against 50 Cent's UK Entry Denial Mockery:

According to Ja Rule, his visa for the tour was denied by the UK's Home Office due to his past criminal convictions. He expressed his devastation over the situation, revealing that he had invested $500,000 of his own money into the tour's production. "I’m so devastated I can’t believe the UK won’t let me in," he lamented on social media.

The UK's stringent entry policies, particularly regarding individuals with criminal records, have hindered Ja Rule's plans. He detailed the criteria for denial, citing offenses punishable by 23 months or more under British law or serving more than 12 months in prison as disqualifying factors.

Ja Rule's UK tour was intended to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his debut album, Venni Vetti Vecci. The tour was set to feature performances in major cities such as London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Cardiff, Dublin, and Glasgow, with Keri Hilson, Lloyd, and Mya slated to join him on stage.

At present, tickets for the tour are unavailable for purchase, leaving fans disappointed by the sudden turn of events.

This exchange between Ja Rule and 50 Cent adds another chapter to their long-standing feud, which has seen intermittent flare-ups over the years. Most recently, 50 Cent ridiculed Ja Rule for portraying himself as Jesus in a music video, reigniting their two-decade-old beef.

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