50 Cent Life Advice Will Leave You SPEECHLESS

Curtis Jackson, known as 50 Cent, is a hip-hop artist and businessman who became famous for his streetwise raps and rags-to-riches life story. In this video, he shares wisdom that he has acquired on his journey to success.

We’ve all done petty things in our lives – but 50 Cent really takes the cake.


The ‘Candy Shop’ rapper has long had beef with Ja Rule, with their fallout dating all the way back to 1999.

In true rap fashion, 50 Cent released a diss track about his enemy titled ‘Life’s on the Line’ shortly after Ja Rule was robbed at gunpoint.

Some of the lyrics believed to be about Ja Rule go: “We ain’t buddies, we ain’t partners, and we damn sure ain’t friends.

“The games you playing, you get killed like that. Acting like you all hard, you ain’t built like that.”

The following year, the pair then got into a brawl at an Atlanta nightclub.

The feuding continued for several years and appeared to briefly end in 2013 when Ja Rule said his former enemy ‘won’ the beef.

Speaking to Angie Martinez, the ‘Mesmerize’ hitmaker admitted he ‘took the [loss]’.

50 Cent performed pettiest act in history by buying out seats at Ja Rule's concert

But the apparent ceasefire was short-lived and 50 Cent was back to his usual antics and calling out Ja Rule on stage.

At the 2014 Hot 97 Summer Jam, 50 performed G-Unit’s diss track ‘I Smelly P*ssy’.

Fast forward to 2018 and 50 Cent purchased 200 tickets to go see Ja Rule live.

But it wasn’t to take all his family and friends with him to watch the gig, but so that a large amount of front row seats would be empty.

Sharing a photo of the empty rows and photoshopping himself into the image, 50 trolled Ja Rule on Instagram, writing: “What a show, I mean just f**king great. Do it again my kid went to the restroom.”

Discussing his undeniably petty stunt, the rapper said on Watch What Happens Live the following year: “I just happened to see [the tickets], they were right there for you to buy, and I was like, ‘they was so cheap, I might as well just buy them’.”

50 Cent purchased 200 tickets to Ja Rules concert, but didn't attend. Credits: Zak Krill/NHLI via Getty Images

Apparently they were just $15 each, so buying 200 of them won’t have come as a huge expense for 50 Cent, who is believed to have a net worth of around $40 million.

When asked if he ever heard from Ja Rule afterwards, 50 said: “Nah, they don’t call me after.”

It’s unclear where the pair stands at the moment, but I don’t imagine they’ll be inviting each other round for afternoon tea any time soon…

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