Ja Rule has gone viral yet again. He attempted to bring some drama to a live performance and as expected 50 Cent had jokes.
You can add Ja Rule to the list of artists considering selling their music catalogs, but owning his collection of hits will come with a catch if he does sell it.
How Billy McFarland plans to make things right with another Fyre Festival is anyone's guess but if you're willing to give that man your money and fly out to a tropical setting knowing it could lead to the government rescuing you at some point, that's on you.
Ja Rule says that Ja Morant is being influenced by the modern Hip-Hop scene, pointing to the NBA star's recent troubles.
It’s not really a list if it doesn’t get people in their feelings. Case in point, Ja Rule took to Twitter to drag Billboard after noting he didn’t make the cut in its 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time list.
For the past few days social media has been roasting Irv Gotti for unnecessarily making his old affair with Ashanti the topic of discussion during Nore’s latest Drink Champs episode, and now Fat Joe has weighed in on the matter and it didn’t make Irv nor Ja Rule too happy.
Ja Rule and Ashanti were the two top stars of Murder Inc., and their collaborations made them household names to this day. In this article, we take a look at a few of their tracks that made them icons dating back from the early 2000s to now.
Ja Rule addressed the slap that Will Smith delivered to Chris Rock at the Oscars after Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith's hair. After commenting about it on Twitter, many again referenced the classic Dave Chappelle routine from twenty years ago that poked fun at the rapper being asked about serious topics, which has become a pop culture moment.
Yesterday's price is not today's price... for Ja Rule and Ashanti.