Rapper Ja Rule recently released his new autobiography, Unruly. In the book Rule includes his problems with G-Unit head 50 Cent and he has decided to reveal why he chose to put his past differences with the rapper in the autobiography.
Ja Rule claims he has no issues with 50 Cent right now, but he explains why he felt he had to put their past troubles in the book during an interview with Hot 97.
“I’m gonna give y’all the reason why people believe 50,” Rule said in an interview. “He’s buff – he comes up here, he’s snarling, looking tough and sh*t and people fall for the sh*t. People fall for it. But really, he’s ‘not’ that dude. He’s not that dude but people don’t realize that because of his demeanor. … I’m just talking actual, factual. He can feel any type of way he wants to, I don’t care. … I’m not frustrated, I don’t give a f*ck about it anymore. But, I wrote a book about my life, I had to put the story in it. If I don’t put it in the book, are y’all mad at me? I’m just telling the story – I don’t care anymore.” (“The Hot 97 Morning Show”)
Ja Rule reportedly put 50 on blast in the book, and even claimed he was working with the police after getting shot back in 2000.
“When they (the feds) asked him who he thought had shot him, it would make sense that 50 would have said, ‘Ja Rule, Irv Gotti and Murder Inc.,’ ” writes Ja Rule, referring to a 2000 attack that left Fitty hospitalized with nine gunshot wounds. 50 Cent later said he never cooperated with law enforcement, even when they came to him trying to make a case against Ja Rule’s rap-mogul colleagues Irv “Gotti” Lorenzo and Irv’s brother Chris, who were eventually acquitted of laundering drug money through their label, Murder Inc., in 2005. (NY Daily News)