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Ja Rule Gets Angry For ESPN’s ‘Unprofessional’ Act After Mocking His Half-Time Performance Video

Ja Rule Gets Angry For ESPN’s ‘Unprofessional’ Act After Mocking His Half-Time Performance Video

Rapper Ja Rule calls ESPN unprofessional and demands ESPN’s social media team over tweet laughing at his classic halftime performance.

Earlier today, ESPN reminded the world of that time Ja Rule performed at the half-time show during a Bucks-Timberwolves game. ‘are you ready?!’ but when he doesn’t get the answer he wants from the audience, he said as follows; ‘I guess not.’

ESPN captioned the video:

“Never forget this Ja Rule moment.”

Watch the Twitter video below.

The 44-year-old rapper took Twitter to show that he’s not happy to see ESPN’s post. In his tweets, Ja Rule claimed that ESPN is unprofessional and accused them of ‘clout chasing.’ Additionally, he demanded ESPN’s social media team fired over tweet laughing at his classic halftime video.

Here’s what Ja Rule tweeted:

I usually mind my business and ignore the white noise but I think it’s very unprofessional of ESPN to try and diminish or discredit who and what I am to this culture… whoever posts for your social accounts ESPN needs to be FIRED.

He also added in the separate tweets:

“So let me get this straight ESPN your letting your social team that represents your brand and social accounts with over 16 million follows to try and clown me over what was clearly a technical issue with the equipment and for what likes??? ESPN clout chasing now lmao.

Very disappointed to see how UNPROFESSIONAL and DISRESPECTFUL ESPN is allowing their social team to be if you not holding them accountable which means you’re complicit with oblivious slander and defamation to your 35 million-plus audience… Duly noted.”

Check out the Twitter posts below.

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