In a recent interview with Carribean newspaper
the Barbados Advocate, Ja-Rule spoke about his beef with Eminem, 50 Cent, DMX
and said that Fatal Hussein of Tupac’s Outlawz, has signed with Murder Inc.
Ja-Rule, labeling himself the "most hated
in the industry," said that Murder Inc. was preparing a big year of releases.
"Cadillac Tah’s new album will be coming
soon; Charli Baltimore; our new artist, Alexi; Fatal Hussein, who used to be
with Tupac and Outlawz who’s now with the Murder Inc. family, his album
is dropping real soon. There’s a lot we have coming."
Unfortunately for Hussein’s fans, Irv Gotti refuted
"Right now we are in negotiations with J-Prince,"
Gotti told AllHipHop.com. "He is not signed with Murder Inc., right now
he is still signed to Rap-A-Lot."
As one of the Outlawz, Fatal appeared on Tupac’s
releases and appeared on the legendary song “Hit ‘Em Up."
Rap-A-Lot dropped his most recent self titled
album in December.
Ja-Rule also touched on his beef with Eminem
and 50 Cent. "It’s really nothing
to handle because these guys don’t really want beef, they just want to
talk about me and sell records," Rule said.
"If they see me, they’re gonna go the
other way and keep talking about me and selling records. If I see them, I’m
gonna approach them and ask them what’s the problem. That’s the difference.
Well, not just ask, but you know."
Ja said that he really didn’t have a beef with
DMX and that in reality it was "more of an ego thing," saying that
he was hotter than DMX.
"He used to be the man and it’s that
type of thing. I don’t get jealous over people’s success and I wish
all Black people luck and love in this world because it’s a world that’s
not orchestrated for us to win…it’s also a hideous thing that you’re
being hateful towards your brother."