Congratulations, Milwaukee Bucks fans. Ja Rule thinks your team will win a championship.
The same cannot be said of the Sacramento Kings and Minnesota Timberwolves, who he notably cursed even though he seemed to be confused about which team Karl-Anthony Towns plays for:
The rapper re-entered spotlight recently for his role in the infamous Fyre Festival in the Bahamas, which was a failed music event. Documentaries on Netflix and Hulu depicted the ill-fated experiment and Ja Rule's involvement in its planning and promotion.
That, combined with his Twitter flub, set the stage for this zinger by the Kings and a response from point guard De'Aaron Fox:
As if that weren't enough, he experienced sound issues while performing at halftime of the Bucks' 140-128 victory over the Timberwolves on Saturday at Fiserv Forum. People on social media took notice, jumping on the opportunity to tease him in light of the Fyre Festival situation.
The show even reached a point where Giannis Antetokounmpo and other Bucks players were warming up while he was still performing.
The Kings and the Timberwolves were among those who poked fun at him, which drew Minnesota's initial curse:
Fortunately for Minnesota, it doesn't have to worry about Towns leaving anytime soon since he signed a super-maximum extension for five years in September. Winning a championship may be a different story, especially if Ja Rule has anything to say about it.