The rapper, actor, and producer decided to double down on comments about Black women that got him in some hot water.
Ja Rule has tried all kinds of commercial endeavors since the debacle of the Fyre Festival — which he co-produced — three years ago, but he may have hit on a way back into positive public opinion with a completely bonkers commercial for Papa Cristo's Greek Grill in Los Angeles that seems more like a […]
The rapper, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, is no longer named a defendant in a $100 million lawsuit brought by attendees of the disastrous 2017 Fyre Festival.
Kanye West fans who attended a $55 brunch following a recent Sunday Service event complained about the food served, with some comparing it to 2017's Fyre Festival.
Even though the infamous event was such a disaster that it’s become a punchline, rapper Ja Rule, the co-founder of the event, wants to plan a second one.
Ja’s daughter Brittney voiced her concern saying, “I feel like it'd get very messy, very quickly, and it can go really bad.”
The rapper spoke about the epic disaster that was the Fyre Festival and maintained that the music event was "an amazing idea."
Rapper Ja Rule and Irv Gotti are set to appear in WE tv's "Growing Up Hip Hop NY," a source confirmed to Variety. The reality series "Growing Up Hip Hop" debut in 2016, and followed the lives of the children of hip-hop legends. It led to the spinoff "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta," which premiered […]
Few hip hop feuds are as long-running, or exasperating, as the ongoing rivalry between 50 Cent and Ja Rule. Ja Rule couldn’t help but lash out, and since then things have been more tense than ever, with their back-and-forths on social media serving as a by-product of a dispute that began in the streets. Most recently, 50 Cent decided to try and troll Ja Rule by purchasing 200 tickets to his forthcoming show in Las Vegas, for a total of around $3,000 – and leave the seats empty.
Ja Rule is "heartbroken" following the disastrous first day of the Fyre Festival, a Bahamas-based luxury music festival that he co-created.
On Watch What Happens Live Sunday, a caller wanted to check in on the on-again, off-again feud between guest Ja Rule and 50 Cent. The two both hail from Queens, N.Y., and their 15-year-old beef has been painted with accusations of fighting, snubbing, and stealing over the years.
Ja Rule will debut a new reality show, Follow the Rules, on Oct. 26 on MTV. The Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist, who served a 28-month prison sentence for tax evasion beginning in 2011, is making up for time out of the public eye with a new MTV series, a double album – and a tour and film project with Ashanti. For me that was prison,” Ja Rule tells Billboard. Rule says his teenage children know little of “daddy’s earlier wild lifestyle.” Snappy-titled reality series Follow the Rules, which is produced by Queen Latifah and debuts on MTV on Oct. 26 at 10 p.m., will focus instead on home life.