Fat Joe and Ja Rule headed to Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater on Tuesday night (September 14) where they went head-to-head for the latest Verzuz. Special guests included Nelly, Ashanti, Jadakiss, Remy Ma and producer Dre, who all came out to support.

Throughout the evening, Fat Joe threw several lighthearted jabs at Ja Rule for his failed Fyre Fest, but his jokes about the Murder Inc. rapper’s collaborators Lil Mo and Vita struggled to land.

Around the time Lil Mo and Vita graced the stage to perform “Put It On Me” from Ja Rule’s 2000 album Rule 3:36, Fat Joe said, “Oh, them dusty bitches. You had to go to the crack house to find them bitches.”

While neither women offered much of a response, Lil Mo did say she was “disappointed” on social media.

Now, it looks like Fat Joe is feeling remorse for his harsh words and has offered an apology on Twitter — although he misspelled both of their names.

“Shout out to the ladies very sorry if i disrespected,” he wrote late Tuesday night. “i love vida and lil Moe I’m super sorry love my sisters.”

There was just as much action in the Verzuz Instagram comment section as the stage itself with appearances from Diddy, DJ Khaled and many more.

Murder Inc. co-founder Irv Gotti sparked another contentious exchange with longtime foe 50 Cent after he wrote, “All y’all talking that 50 shit. All good. He got beat up stabbed up. Shot up. And sued us. That’s all I’m gonna say. Your hero ain’t what you think he is. Period. And Facts.”

Irv Gotti Throws Shots At 50 Cent Amid Fat Joe & Ja Rule Verzuz

Meanwhile, Diddy made it clear he was willing to do a Verzuz, but maintained his only worthy opponent is Dr. Dre.

Verzuz co-founders Swizz Beatz and Timbaland haven’t given up on the idea — they just have to get the Beats By Dre mogul to agree.