When former Murder Inc. CEO Irv Gotti went on Drink Champs in August, he gave off major creep vibes as he talked about his past sexual relationship with his signee and protege Ashanti in the early 2000s.
It's obvious Irv Gotti is not over Ashanti and her ditching him for Nelly.
Reflecting on a 20-year career in an interview, recording artist Ashanti revealed how a decision by Brandy led her to appear on the “Always On Time” track with Ja Rule that made her a star.
BET is set to air a five-part documentary series on the rise of Murder Inc., the bombastic label founded by Irv Gotti which rose to fame through its artists such as Ja Rule and Ashanti. The series is executively produced by Gotti and Ja Rule and will air at an undisclosed time this summer.
Irv Gotti is poised to possibly make the biggest executive comeback in recent history. The Murder Inc. founder is taking his talents to Tinseltown to tell the story of a good, but infamous friend.
Irv Gotti continues to make power moves all the way into the end of 2017. He recently linked with Kanye West and hinted at working on something with him that will change the culture.
Irv Gotti and his feud with 50 Cent carried over into the world of TV, with the pair dissing each other's BET programs. Gotti fired the latest shot.
Irv Gotti took to his IG page to announce that he plans on bringing back what was once one of the most successful Hip-Hop labels in the rap game.
For the first time in almost 20 years, Murder Inc. reunited. No, we’re not talking about the record label, we’re talking about the revered rap group that never was but should’ve been.
Unfortunately for Hip-Hop fans worldwide, the Jay Z, DMX and Ja Rule supergroup/album known as Murder Inc. never came to be. In 1998, Irv Gotti was coming off producing Jay Z’s breakout single, “Can I Get A…” which features his business partner Ja Rule and was orchestrating a project that would also incorporate DMX into […]
After a stint in prison for a gun charge he wishes he could take back, Ja Rule is now free and working on improving himself as a man. With the release of his new autobiography Unruly, he stopped by the Ebro In The Morning show on HOT 97 to discuss his highs and lows.
While it seemed the Ja Rule and 50 Cent beef had calmed down, expect some more war of words in the near future. Ja‘s upcoming book, Unruly, details how Fif allegedly aided the federal authorities in several ways.