Pusha-T and Drake's escalating rap beef has Ja Rule feeling nostalgic. Inspired by the praise Pusha received for his latest diss track, "The Story of Adidon," Ja fired up Twitter today (May 31) to declare his 2003 song, "Loose Change" (one of the Queens rapper's many attacks on 50 Cent), the most disrespectful diss record in history. Fif responded by calling Ja Rule an Uber-driving "bum ass nigga."

"Drake, Push ima let y'all finish but 'Loose Change' was one of the most disrespectful diss records of ALL TIME," Ja Rule tweeted, reigniting the conflict.

"This is what you get for going to anything with this bum involved," 50 tweeted in response, attaching a picture of the infamously cancelled Fyre Festival in the Bahamas, which Ja Rule co-organized.

The G-Unit rapper also screenshotted Ja's tweet and posted it on Instagram with the caption, "Yo look at this, this nigga still think he in lt. look at me fool, I’m the reason you driving a Uber you bum ass nigga. LMAO😡get the strap."

A few hours later, Ja Rule shot off a series of tweets defending "Loose Change" and explaining why it was so dope, namely the fact that he dissed Dr. Dre and Eminem in addition to 50 Cent, subjecting himself to beef with Aftermath's entire roster.

"My battle was like Lebron vs golden state niggas was teaming up to take me on lmao," Ja tweeted. "I don’t think there’s EVER been a rap beef when 4 of the top rappers go at 1 guy... 50,Em,Busta,Dmx!!! Lmao the more I think about it."

In a subsequent Instagram post, Ja called 50 a "deadbeat dad," a "women beater," and a "rat/snitch."

The exchange is just the latest in the two artist's endless beef, which dates back to the 1990s. Just this past February, Ja Rule threw shade after Fif's son Marquise Jackson admitted to liking Ja's music. Victories come where you can find them.

You can view 50 Cent and Ja Rule's latest exchange below.

See Ja Rule's Tweets About 50 Cent

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