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Ja Rule and Minnesota Timberwolves exchanged bizarre Tweets after Ja Rule's poor performance during their game

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Ja Rule and Minnesota Timberwolves are currently in a state of conflict, well at least on social media. After his poor performance in a home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, the fight among a controversial artist and the NBA team started with a post on Twitter from the Timberwolves official account.

Ja Rule took no exception and fired back with a very bizarre curse about the Timberwolves and how they won't win a championship for the next 30 years and their main star Karl Anthony Towns will leave them soon.

Ja Rule would end up thanking the crowd in Milwaukee while at the same time saying how there were some technical problems which resulted in a sub-par performance by Ja Rule.

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