Jay-Z wasn't the only one who "put a couple careers on hold.."
People Who Lost Fame After Feuding With Other CelebritiesNobody can please everybody and this statement doesn't ring true in any place more than in Hollywood. Rappers, singers, actors, actresses and everybody in between are bound to rub somebody the wrong way at some point on their climb to stardom, but things usually get back to normal after a while, with some feuds even helping the careers of those involved. But not everybody is so lucky. Let's take a look a list of celebrities who had beef in the industry......and didn't have much else after that.
Jim Jones After Dipset was dropped from Roc-A-Fella records, he went on to talk bad about Jay-Z in his music even started beefing with fellow Dipset group member Cam'ron. His rap career never quite recovered after that.
Foxy Brown The Foxy Brown and Lil Kim beef has a mile-long history and was never really resolved. However, Kim managed to stay in the limelight while Foxy pretty much fell completely off the rap radar.
Shawty Lo He had a highly publicized feud with fellow ATL native T.I. and although they eventually patched things up, people stopped checking for his music. Now he's trying to cash in on the reality tv circuit with his 10 baby's mothers. Cold world.
Ciara She's been struggling to make a comeback for quite some time now, but dissing Rihanna on television in 2011 definitely didn't help at all. It launched a feud with Rih Rih and pumped even more breaks on CiCi's music career.
Ja Rule He had a memorable beef with 50 Cent and G-Unit that involved 50 getting attacked,among other things, and ended with Ja Rule catching a gun charge and being popped for tax evasion, both of which landed him in prison until July 2013.
Keri Hilson After she took subliminal but blatant dibs at Beyonce and Ciara on her "Turning Me On" remix, her career came to an instant hault and never started back up again. Poor thingg.
Mobb Deep These dudes have had barely any mainstream success since they responded to Jay-Z for dissing them along with fellow Queensbridge MC Nas on the infamous "Takeover" diss track.
Royce Reed Royce claims she left "Basketball Wive"s of her own free will, but her feudwith Evelyn, not to mention her failing "friendship" with Shaunie O'Neal, seems to have been the real reason behind her getting the boot. She's been flying low ever since.
Consequence Once upon a time, Consequence and Kanye were going strong as G.O.O.D music bromance buddies. Cons even dropped an album in 2007 that did decent numbers. Then he started talking greasy about 'Ye after he split with the label and nobody has really heard any music from him, aside from a few features, since 2007.
Aubrey O'Day It's no secret that longevity isn't a perk of being a Bad Boy artist to begin with, but Aubrey O'Day sealed her fate of failure with her outspoken antics and know-it-all attitude towards
her lover Bad Boy bossman Diddy. All of Danity Kane eventually disbanned, but Aubrey was the first to go.