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Here’s How Fat Joe And Ja Rule’s VERZUZ Battle Went Down Last Night | WATCH

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The VERZUZ duel between Fat Joe and Ja Rule took place yesterday night at Madison Square Garden’s theater in New York.

The New York duel had many guests, an intermission, and plenty of nasty talk between the two rappers, despite the fact that they had no actual quarrel.

The evening kicked off in party mode and dance hits from the ‘80s including “Candy Girl” by New Edition, “You Called me and Told Me” by Jeff Redd, “Don’t be Cruel” by Bobby Brown, and “Remember the Time” by Michael Jackson set the tone for the crowd.

Technician the DJ changed the vibe by kicking off his set with jams from Biggie Smalls, JAY-Z, Styles P, Fabolous, Nas, Wu-Tang and more New York legends. He even played some 50 Cent tracks, a move suggested to be targeted at Ja Rule as the rapper is his arch-enemy.

Terror Squad’s Fat Joe took the stage first before Murder Inc.’s Ja Rule brought the energy in return.

While Joe taunted Ja for his current relevance by asking “Where you been the last ten years?”, Ja maintained that his short run in the spotlight still eclipsed Joe’s multi-decade track record of hit-making.

Both rappers took fans back to their breakout hits. Fat Joe dusted off “Flow Joe” from his 1993 debut, and Ja Rule reached back for his 2000 Grammy-nominated “It’s Murda” featuring DMX and JAY-Z. After he played “Can I Get a What What,” Joe called him out for all the features with Hov.

The first special guest was the first lady of Terror Squad: Remy Ma who performed her verse on “Ante Up (Remix)”. She rocked the stage in a yellow leopard print cropped bubble jacket and matching hot pants. While Ja Rule was rapping along, Remy took a shot at him right in his face.

As the battle progressed, it became obvious that the terror squad star’s strength was in his high-profile collaborations, and he also boasted about the musicians he placed on (DJ Khaled, Big Pun) and their wealth.

When Fat Joe laid claim to songs like “Still Not a Player”, Ja pushed back by saying “That’s not your record!” Joe fired back by saying “I was the executive producer”, to which Ja interjected with “That don’t count!”.

When Joe teased Ja for doing more singing than rapping, Ja reveled in the acknowledgement that he was ahead of his time. Ja said “I’m the singing rapper! I started this shit! You getting bodied by a singing rapper!“

The terror squad star also made frequent references to Ja Rule’s disastrous Fyre Festival, mocking the “Baloney sandwiches” from infamous reports about the festival’s catering.

As Ja Rule’s DJ began to play “Put It On Me,” featured artists Lil’ Mo and Vita joined the stage for in-person features for the first time in almost two decades for a timeless Murder Inc. reunion.

When Fat Joe tried to cut off Ja Rule by saying “Yesterday’s hits are not today’s hits, the Queens rapper reached out to the crowd and said “When I say hits, you say classics!”

Tensions got high when Ja played “Rainy Dayz” by Mary J. Blige. Joe talked through the track, but as a counter, when Joey pulled out “Another Round,” Ja assumed his role as the first “singing rapper” and accompanied his opponent with the vocals.

Nelly was called in as Fat Joe’s reinforcement and they both performed “Get It Poppin’” from his 2005 album, All Or Nothing. Scott Storch who produced the song was in the Instagram comments reminding fans that he’s the GOAT.

As Princess of Hip Hop and R&B, Ashanti took the stage, fans went wild. Donned in all black leather, the Long Island doll stole the show as she tipped around the stage in thigh-high laced heels and jet black shades following her ex-boyfriend’s appearance. Fat Joe also pulled her in for a performance of their collaboration What’s Luv”.

Fat Joe later brought Remy Ma and Ashanti back out to the stage, saying he got them something special. He handed them both huge gift which he asked them to open. When the boxes were opened on stage, the two female superstars showed off two brand new Birkins.

Wrapping up the battle, both artists brought their entourage to perform anthem “New York” from Ja Rule’s 2000 album R.U.L.E. Fat Joe was featured on the song and past Verzuz performer Jadakiss surprisingly joined them. With one arm around the other, Fat Joe and Ja Rule ended the battle by saying “Yesterday’s price is not today’s price!”

The showed pull in over 400k fans on Instagram. The comments section was quite lively with appearances from Diddy, Khaled, and many many more.

When 50 Cent’s beef with Ja Rule was brought up in the Instagram comment section, Murder Inc. founder Irv Gotti took shots by writing “All y’all talking that 50 shit. All good. He got beat up stabbed up. Shot up. And sued us. That’s all I’m gonna say. Your hero ain’t what you think he is. Period. And Facts.”

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Third Broad Daylight Robbery Incident At Weija

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For some days now, there has been a rise in broad daylight robberies in the country which has resulted in Ghanaians living in a state of panic and anxiety.

There has been another robbery incident at Weija, a suburb of Accra on Friday, 24th September 2021.

According to an eyewitness account, the robbers who were on motorbikes snatched the victim’s handbag and sped off.

As they drove off, the robbers fired shots into the air.

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Currently, the Weija police are at the scene and have also commenced investigations into the matter.

This happens to be the third robbery incident that has been recorded this week.

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Onlookers In Shock As Gorilla Performs Oral S3x On Its Partner In A Zoo | WATCH

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Visitors at the Bronx Zoo were shocked when a gorilla started performing oral sex on its partner while they watched.

A clip of the gorilla pleasuring its partner in front of aghast zoo-goers is currently blowing up on social media after it was shared online.

Onlookers in shock as gorilla performs oral s3x on its partner in a zoo (video)

As the gorillas began performing the sex act, mothers quickly turned their children’s faces away.

Onlookers in shock as gorilla performs oral s3x on its partner in a zoo (video)

Reacting, animal experts say the gorilla’s behaviour is all completely normal.

The videographer who captured the incident while visiting the iconic NYC zoo with his family told The Post: ” I was shocked and had no idea that was a ‘natural’ act.

Onlookers in shock as gorilla performs oral s3x on its partner in a zoo (video)

“I was in the gorilla exhibit with my 4-year-old daughter and niece. My wife had to stay out of the exhibit with my sleeping son, so I wanted to capture a lot of video. Then this magic happened.”

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CCTV Footage Details Blow-By-Blow Achimota Robbery

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The CCTV footage of the moment a woman lost GHS20,000 to armed robbers in a broad daylight attack at Achimota has been obtained.

The daylight robbery occurred at Achimota on Monday, September 20, 2021. Some suspected armed robbers attacked a woman and robbed her money worth GHS20,000.

As it was earlier reported, two suspected armed robbers on motorbikes tracked the woman who had gone to withdraw money from the UMB Bank branch at Abeka to the Achimota traffic light where they fired warning shots.

Out of fear for her life, she stepped out of her car and handed over all the money to the robbers who quickly bolted from the scene.

The report adds that another motor rider who was mistaken for a police officer was shot by the armed men during the attack. He sustained a gunshot injury to his arm.

Some military personnel who were plying the Highway at the time the incident took place stopped to restore calm on the busy road.

It was a well-planned and coordinated heist accomplished by the four masked armed robbers on motorbikes.

The Ghana Report has released the full video of the moment the woman was robbed of her hard-earned money.

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