Power Book IV: Force’s Actor, Kris D Lofton, Book II’s Jackie Long, And Kid Ink React To 50 Cents’ ‘In Da Club’ Playing At Ja Rule’s Concert In 2022 [Watch]

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50 Cent shared his reaction to a video from his 2003 single “In Da Club” performed at a Ja Rule concert.

Video of the moment, held before Ja’s performance at the Power 106.9 Jingle Jam concert in Omaha, Nebraska, last month, recently surfaced and showed members of the “Put It On Me” rapper crew scrambling in an attempt to get the DJ to cut the song while he was shouting from the speakers.

Apparently amused, the Queens rapper jumped on social media to revel in his music being the source of the disturbance involving his bitter rival. “LOL,” the 47-year-old wrote into the legend of a post sharing the sequence. “Now this is some funny sh*t!” However, contrary to speculation, Fif admits he had no involvement in the incident, but voices his regret over not personally having a hand in getting underneath his nemesis’ skin. “I wish I had something to do with it.”

50 and Ja Rule’s beef is well documented because both rap stars went to war, verbally and physically, in the late ’90s and early ’00s. The divisive relationship between Fif’s G-Unit and Ja’s Murder Inc.
label resulted in numerous diss records between the two camps, with 50 aiming at the opposition on songs like “Life’s on the Line,” “Back Down,” “Wanksta,” and “I Smell P*ssy.” Ja would fire on the tracks “Loose Change” and “So Hot”, accusing Fif of being a police informant and bitterly about his success.

After posting the video on his IG page numerous celebrities reacted to the viral video, including, Kid Ink, Kris D Lofton from Power Book IV: Force, and Jackie Long from Power Book II; Ghost.

All three actors replied with laughing emojis in the comment section.

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Written by Byron Nelson

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