The star claims to have purchased 200 seats close to the stage of his rival's upcoming show.
Commenting underneath a post about a Groupon sale of tickets for the show, 50 Cent wrote; "I just bought 200 seats in the front so they can be empty".
Ja Rule is playing a show in Arlington, Texas on November 9. Ja Rule, however, doesn't seem particularly anxious and posted a tweet a few hours ago. While the roots of their contentious relationship go back nearly two decades, the pair appeared to be on good terms around the turn of this decade. They've been at it for so long, we honestly forgot why they started in the first place.
At $15 a seat and 200 tickets bought, that's USA $3000 (NZ $4600) dropped by a rapper who declared bankruptcy in 2015- all in the name of a rap feud.
If you're not too well-versed in the world of rap feuds, we'll cut to the chase by telling you that 50 Cent and Ja Rule aren't exactly buddies.
He also shared a doctored image of himself sitting in a sea of empty seats as well as a video of a previous Ja Rule concert spliced with footage of a slew of empty seats. "Now you owe me big time and don't ever forget it".