Jadakiss Responds To 50 Cent

Rapper Jadakiss

has struck back at his new rival 50 Cent on a recently released track that has

hit the internet.

The record is already

being played on national radio airwaves in the United States. The dis track

is Jadakiss' response to 50 Cent’s dis record Piggy

Back, which took shots at Jada, Fat Joe, Nas and others.

50 Cent reasoned

that both Jadakiss and Fat Joe were in his cross-hairs because of “New

York, New York,” the hit song they recorded with his rival, The Inc.’s

Ja Rule.

"I had beef with an old head, he been around forever and everyone know

who he is," 50 Cent recently told AllHipHop.com, in apparent reference

to a feud with Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff. "That is beef. Because

of the extent our beef, we are married until death do us part. And if they [Jadakiss

and Fat Joe] want to stand so close to him that they become a part of our relationship,

then I make their life hard."

Both Jadakiss and Fat Joe have stated that they will

not back down from 50 Cent.

Jadakiss' newest

track opens with him congratulating 50 Cent on his new album The Massacre

selling a million records in just four days.

Then the verbal

assault begins.

Jadakiss labels

50 a snitch and questions his claims of being the king of New York, now that

the Queen’s bred rapper resides in Mike Tyson’s former mansion in


“I don’t

have a problem with clout/You aint get shot again so what’s your second

album about/Your rap’s are preschool, You made a lot of money now be cool/Before

I swell up your lips like seafood,” the rapper says.

The record is the

latest in the verbal battle between 50 Cent and some of rap’s most popular


Yesterday, the

rapper ended a beef with Game, a former member of 50 Cent’s own G-Unit,

after 50 accused Game of being a traitor for aspiring to record a song with


The problems between

the two chart-topping rapper’s escalated last Monday (Feb. 28), after

a Compton, California man affiliated with Game was shot in front of Hot 97's


That dispute was

ended yesterday (March 9) at the Schomburg Center in Harlem New York, where

the two rapper's held a press conference and buried the hatchet.

50 Cent and Jadakiss

are label mates, as both have deals with Interscope Records. Fans are bracing

for the dispute to escalate.

“A lot of

things he [Jadakiss] said did have some truth to it,” said Snickers, a

member of AllHipHop.com’s Ill Community. “Now, I'm just waiting

on the real heat to come. I'm sure all of them got some ammo stocked up. They

are going to be going at for a little bit."