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Kings roast Ja Rule after he tries to curse them by saying Karl-Anthony Towns will leave in free agency

Karl-Anthony Towns, Ja Rule

The Sacramento Kings gave washed-up rapper Ja Rule no breaks after he played himself in efforts to curse them from NBA championships. The 5-foot-9 Queens native tried to set them up to lose Karl-Anthony Towns in free agency, but how can you lose what you don’t have in the first place?

Ja Rule posted a since-deleted tweet, amending it later, but to no avail:

The Kings quickly took notice of his original tweet and put him on blast for it:

This isn’t the first time Ja Rule has attempted to curse a franchise, as he tried to put a curse on the Minnesota Timberwolves after they clowned him for a recent halftime performance in Milwaukee that turned disastrous.

It’s unclear as to why, but the New York-based rapper/actor feels like he has channeled the powers of Bay Area Lil B, who once cursed Kevin Durant in 2011 for publicly dissing his music and even more noticeably James Harden and the Houston Rockets from winning a championship after The Beard used his signature “stir the pot” celebration after a made bucket:

The curse on Harden was lifted years ago, but even now that Lil B hasn’t cursed any other hoopers, it looks like Ja Rule intends to cook some beef of his own.

For what it’s worth, Ja Rule gave the Milwaukee Bucks his blessing for an NBA championship:

On second thought, it might not be worth very much at all, especially when a rapper can get burned by a team’s social media account so easily.