New York rapper Ja Rule is calling out the fakery. The hip-hop veteran has singled out gossip publication TMZ for trying to get NBA heavyweight Giannis “Greek Freak” Antetokounmpo to trash him following a recent Milwaukee Bucks game performance.
Rule hit up Instagram to salute Giannis and salute him for not feeding into the media outlet’s antics.
New York rapper Ja Rule is a strong believer in having a happy wife makes for a happy life. The former Murder Inc. star hit up social media this week to share shots of himself clocking in marriage goals with his day one.
Over the past few days, Rule has shared coupled up moments with his soulmate.
Ja Rule caught another L, despite what he might tell you (and tweet). The Queens rapper was booked for a performance at a 90’s themed NBA halftime show for the Milwaukee Bucks—and it didn’t go too well.
You knew ish was going to go left when Ja Rule had to mention that it was 90’s night but he doesn’t consider himself a 90’s artist (awkward).
Also, Ja had something to say regarding all the slander.
Y’all really be on my dick… let’s be CLEAR my sound was fucked up at first and didn’t come on when it was supposed to but I rocked that bitch… thanks for the love Milwaukee!!! Great win my streak continues… lol
You just jinx yourself talking to the GOD this way… your CURSED NOW!!! You won’t win a championship for the next 30 years… AND KAT IS LEAVING!!! Apologize and I’ll lift the CURSE!!! kiss of death… https://t.co/RzUn4vKx2Y
New York rapper Ja Rule is feeling the Internet’s wrath. Social media has gone in-in on the Murder Inc. alumni following a now-viral video of him getting zero respect placed on his name at a live concert.
We get the feeling Ja Rule still doesn’t get the outlandish f*ckery that was the Fyre Festival. Mostly because the Queens rapper still hasn’t bothered to watch either documentary, or so he says.
The doomed and legendary scam of a festival got the documentary treatment on Hulu (Fyre Fraud) and Netflix (Fyre), and both made Ja Rule look like a puppet of a hypeman. Nevertheless, he hinted at putting together his own festival.
We got the rapper Thursday at LAX and he says he still hasn’t watched either of the popular documentaries on Fyre. As you know, it ended with Ja’s Fyre biz partner, Billy McFarland, going to prison, and landing on the wrong end of a $2.8 million suit.
He says he’s not laughing off the ordeal, because he lived through it and it was heartbreaking — but it sounds like he’s got a huge redemption story in mind.
“In the midst of chaos there’s opportunity,” said Ja Rule.
In the wake of the explosive Netflix and Hulu documentaries that went behind the scenes regarding the Fyre Festival, Ja Rule has been catching plenty of heat. Instead of ducking from the controversy, the veteran rapper is embracing the infamy and led a “F*ck You, Ja Rule” chant at a recent show.
The rapper was performing a concert Friday night in New Jersey when he stopped the show to talk about the Netflix documentary, “FYRE: The Greatest Party that Never Happened,” which launched the disgraced festival back into the spotlight.
Recognizing fans “might be a little mad” over the documentary, Ja encouraged the audience to chant “F*ck you, Ja Rule” in order for them to get out their frustrations.
Holding his middle finger high in the air, Ja Rule jumped on the mic and joined in before adding, “F*ck you too!”
The rapper — who was famously touted as the celebrity partner for the Fyre Festival — has taken major heat for the tragic outcome, including people who lost thousands of dollars.
In the latest episode of The Brilliant Idiots Podcast, comedian Andrew Schulz says that he would “absolutely” fight Ja Rule granted that the bout was for charity.
In the episode, Brilliant Idiots Co-Host Charlamagne Tha God recounts an episode of his MTV show Uncommon Sense that featured both the Murder Inc. rapper and Schulz.
On the podcast, Charlamagne recalls an on-air debate gone wrong about the infamous 50 Cent-Ja Rule beef. According to Charla, Schulz, who was wearing a Meek Mill T-shirt that read “Rap Lives Matter,” told Ja Rule that he would be featured on the T-shirt had this been back in the day.
Ja Rule responded saying simply, “I’m gon’ fight,” according to Charlamagne to which Schultz does not remember happening. The stand-up comedian then offered the “Clap Back” rapper a fair one if he still felt compelled to square up.
“Well if he’d like to do that for charity we could absolutely arrange that,” Schulz says around the 5:20 mark on the podcast. “Ja is 4’11, if [he] wanna catch the next hands he’s more than welcome to do that.”
Schulz shortly after proposed that any fight revenue go directly toward the people who were affected by Ja Rule’s failed attempt at hosting a musical event Fyre Festival, which resulted in large losses of money from concertgoers and caterers and has been detailed in two different documentaries on Netflix and Hulu.
Ja has not yet responded to a potential charity boxing match with the former Guy Code cast member.
The Fyre Festival co-founder is currently battling different lawsuits to which his defense has been that he is also a victim. Ja Rule is currently part of a $100 million lawsuit over the festival fail.
Ja’s partner on the venture, Billy McFarland, was found guilty for fraud and sentenced to six years in prison.