The ‘Always on Time’ rapper reposts a ‘public service announcement’ from Black Mafia Family, who warns the ‘Power’ star to stay out of Detroit after Fiddy objected to Rule’s upcoming movie ‘Supreme Team’.
AceShowbiz –50 Cent has publicly distanced himself from Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine, but that doesn’t stop others from ridiculing him over his ties to the incarcerated rapper. Ja Rule has recently taken to Instagram to diss the actor/TV producer for having previously called 6ix9ine his close friend.
Sharing a photo of 50 Cent with 6ix9ine, Rule wrote in the caption of the now-deleted post, “HEY FOOFY DONT WORRY ABOUT WHAT WE DOING WITH THE SUPREME TEAM MOVIE.” He added, “WORRY ABOUT GETTING MORE POLICE SECURITY!!” Rule was referring to his upcoming movie “Supreme Team”, which Fiddy has objected to.
Rule then quoted Black Mafia Family’s “public service announcement,” in which they accused 50 of being a phony and banned him from coming to Detroit. “Dear Fake A** Rapper @50cent @starz @markcanton Please get off our d**k and stop doing interviews speaking on s**t you know nothing about boy,” the statement read. “You dont have your facts straight about #bmf clown a** n***a #youwasntthere.”
They added, “You are just a groupie cuz trying to figure out s**t about Real G’s and what happened 30 yrs ago when you was a little broke boy who couldn’t even pee straight. Never try to depict or describe what we built and put together YOU FAKE A** B***H.”
“So you understand #westillhere. Not one major artist in the ATL came out to support your fraudulent #bmf casting call. Its a reason why you ain’t come back to the D,” they warned him. “Fact is you been gas lighting the public for the last 5yrs with that same ole bulls**t lies. How many times we gotta tell you this aint some fairytale s**t made up by a bunch of white writers in Hollywood like #power Matter of Fact You Banned DONT COME TO DETROIT.”
Ja Rule disses 50 Cent for his ties to 6ix9ine in a now-deleted Instagram post.
Irv Gotti previously claimed that Jamie Foxx had agreed to star in “The Supreme”, which will revolve around Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff and the Supreme Team. He said that Foxx would play McGriff. McGriff was once accused of being connected to 50 Cent’s attempted murder.
Fiddy later spoke against the movie, saying on Instagram, “This s**t isn’t even set up at a studio, stop using Jamie name. I talk to him already you can f***ing forget about it Buck O. Y’all not even from South Side, get the f**k outta here. I’m doing that story with Bimmy at STARZ. LOL get ya weight up.”
50 Cent has not responded to Rule and BMF’s latest diss at him.
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