But he didn’t address the R&B singer directly, he took a shot at Ja Rule instead. Of course, 50 and Ja have been beefing since the early 2000s, and Ashanti is a part of Ja’s Murder Inc. crew.
“People think I’m mean, so go see this,” wrote 50 next to a promotional flyer for one of Ja’s shows. “$15 bucks. Wait. What l do now?”
Earlier this week, Ashanti was asked if she thought the G-Unit rapper was a bully after he teased her about a show at Stony Brook University being canceled. The concert was shut down because just 24 tickets were sold. Plus, Ashanti was a last-second replacement for Teyana Taylor, who suddenly dropped out.
Eventually, the school released a statement about the canceled show and said it was under-promoted. But 50 suggested that nobody wanted to see the “Foolish” singer and that’s why it was shut down.
“Ashanti show canceled after only 24 tickets sold,” wrote 50. “Wait a minute. I thought I told everybody not to f— with this fool. I want the names and social’s of everybody who bought a ticket now.”
A lot of folks said the post was humorous and others thought it was mean-spirited, but Ashanti laughed just laughed it off.
“Officer Curtis better cut it out,” she told a TMZ reporter. “It’s obvious it was a lack of promotion. The school put out a statement to clarify there was a lack of promotion and they should’ve never did it. So you know, no hard feelings … Curtis is definitely a bully.”