2019 wasn’t exactly the best year for Ja Rule.
In addition to becoming the brunt of criticism for his involvement in the 2017 Fyre Festival (which was revisited by wildly popular tell-all documentaries last year on Hulu and Netflix respectively), he was royally ridiculed for a performance at a Milwaukee Bucks game that was riddled with technical difficulties (click here to watch).
Having survived the roasting, we’re pretty sure the rapper (born Jeffrey Atkins) was none-too-pleased when sports network ESPN randomly rehashed the incident on social media Sunday (July 26).
Once word of their commentary reached his desk, Atkins took to Twitter to lend a lengthy clap back. See the action inside:
Never forget this Ja Rule moment 😂 pic.twitter.com/exqr24Dhbg
— ESPN (@espn) July 26, 2020
After the above was posted, Atkins hit back with: