Ja Rule trolls 50 Cent with Greek Deli ad

Derrick Santistevan

Ja Rule appears to have actually deceived 50 Cent into unintentionally promoting his upcoming TELEVISION show Star Show-Off.

The music star took to Instagram to share an ad for he produced a Greek deli in Los Angeles called Papa Cristo’s, which rapidly went viral. The commercial was increased even more when 50 Cent, otherwise called Curtis James Jackson III, talked about Twitter: “This what happens … I’ll have you and your whole label selling gyros (sic).”

Ja Rule and 50 Cent have a long history of fights.

While 50 believed he ‘d got one over on his competitor, Ja hinted he had the ultimate victory, including a brand-new post to his Instagram account exposed the commercial belongs to a promotion for his upcoming TBS show, which premieres on Tuesday.

“I’m a marketing genius, and this is all working exactly how I wanted it to,” he boasted to New york city Post’s Page 6. “I did this commercial on the TV show that I’m doing with Dwight Howard, Bella Thorne and Bruce Willis’ daughters, all kinds of people… the premise of the show is we create our own TV shows within the show.”

He discussed: “So I took the small mom-and-pop shop called Papa Cristo’s that was struggling during (the coronavirus pandemic) to help them out… I came up with this idea that I would do this silly-a**, cheesy ’80s, ’90s (style) commercial, and people will hate on it and try to clown me, and it will go viral, and of course it did. Half of it is for charity (No Kid Hungry), and Papa Cristo’s gets a lot of free publicity.”

Attending To 50, he added: “We’re playing chess over here, not checkers.”

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