Ja Rule has an interesting way of trying to quash a feud.

Appearing on “Watch What Happens Live”, host Andy Cohen asked the rapper if he has anything to say to 50 Cent given their longtime feud.

“We’ve been having this ongoing feud now for like, I don’t know, it seems like 15 years, something like that,” Ja Rule said. “I think it’s time that we’ve grown past it. So I’m going to take the day on, Andy, and ‘Watch What Happens Live,’ this is what’s happening live. I am removing myself from the circus, okay?”

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All seemed well to a surprised Cohen but then Ja Rule kept going.

“What I’ve realized is when you entertain clowns, you become a part of the circus,” he said, lobbing a mild insult at 50 Cent.

When Cohen challenged Ja Rule to say three nice things about his rival, the rapper said, “He’s a bad father,” and then insulted his head and his breath.

“I actually thought this was going to be something positive,” Cohen said, but Ja Rule replied that he and 50 Cent are “sworn enemies forever!”

He then paused and clarified that he was just joking.

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Cohen also grilled Ja Rule about his involvement in the infamous, disastrous Fyre Festival.

He told the host that the problem with the festival was due to false advertising rather than simply fraud.

“I believe now,” he said, “after everything unraveled, it was a little bit of both.”

He also held firm in his original intentions for the music festival, telling Cohen, “I have the biggest festival in the world, even though it never happened.”