Talk about the friendly skies. Long-standing enemies Ja Rule and 50 Cent seem to have officially buried the hatchet since they flew together on the same plane.

"What are the chances me and 50 same flight same row no problems!!! #Grownmans---," Ja tweeted about the incident early this morning.

The same plane and same row? Some travel agent clearly has a sense of humor. Ja added, "For all those who want nothing more then for two black successful black men to KILL each other KILL YOURSELF!!! #N----weoffdat."

Ja Rule and Fif have been involved in one of rap's most famous beefs. According to the 'Holla Holla' rapper, the issue began back when the two were fledgling rappers in Queens. The 'Before I Self Destruct' creator allegedly made up the fact that Ja was robbed and from that point, their back-and-forth spilled on and off wax.

Songs like 50's 'Wanksta' and 'Back Down' and Ja's 'The Crown' and 'Loose Change' featured disses aimed at the other. The beef was so heated that affiliates of the two rappers including Eminem and Dr. Dre were pulled into the mix.

In 2011, Ja said the feud was over." It’s resolved now,” he declared. “I’m cool. We ain’t beefing no more. We’ll never collaborate. That’s just what it is. You don’t have to be at war with somebody, but it’s also kind of like U.S. and another country that they may not get along with. We don’t gotta go to war, but we’re not friends either.”

Ja Rule was released from prison in May. In February, he completed a two-year sentence on a gun charge after being taken into custody in June 2011. However, after his exit from jail at the top of the year he was taken into federal custody to serve out the rest of his sentence for tax evasion.