Ja Rule Responds To Eminem’s Diss In ‘Killshot’ [PHOTO]

Ja Rule performs at Summertime In The LBC in yellow hooded sweatshirt
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Ja Rule is happy people are still saying his name.

If you can remember years ago, Eminem entered the beef between 50 Cent and Ja Rule/Murder Inc. after the onslaught continued after signing to Shady records.

Rule released “Loose Change” in which he addressed him with some disrespectul lyrics. “Em you claim your mothers a crackhead and Kim is a known slut/ so what’s Hailie gonna be when she grows up?”

Eminem hopped on tracks such as “Go To Sleep,” “Doe Rae Me (Hailies Revenge)” and “Hail Mary,” among others. 

Years later there’s no love loss between the two.

Ja Rule already reacted to Eminem’s diss on “Kamikaze,” as he says, “God forbid I forget, go and jump out the window, somebody better child-proof it/’Cause if I lose it we can rewind to some old Ja Rule s***/And I can remind motherf***ers I’ll do s***,” by saying “guess that Halie line must be starting to hit home…”

He’s back at is again after Eminem gives Ja Rule another jab on his diss track “Killshot” where he said the following lyrics: “Kelly, they’ll be putting your name/Next to Ja, next to Benzino—die, motherf***er! Like the last motherf***er sayin’ Hailie in vain.”

Rule uses the lyrics to prove how legendary he is, “the more Em Mentions my name the more I realize how fucking LEGENDARY I am.”