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.But Ja Rule, 38, claims that case couldn’t have been made without 50 Cent. “He secretly led them through his recordings for the answers they were looking for,” Ja Rule insists.
In 2011, Ja Rule and 50 Cent publicly made amends. But in his new book, Ja Rule recalls a 2000 peace summit in Atlanta between the two that didn’t go so well.“50 tried to swing on me, but I dipped, then I hit him with the baby Louisville Slugger,” says Ja Rule, who came armed with a baseball bat. “Bam! I dropped the bat. I pulled the shirt over his head. I started catching him left, right, uppercut.”
via NY Daily News
Ja Rule’s new book, “Unruly:The Highs and Lows of Being a Man,” goes on sale July 1st.