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Ja Rule Is Strongly Considering a Fyre Festival Follow Up

Ja Rule stopped by The Breakfast Club on Wednesday morning with his record executive and producer, Irv Gotti. Among the many topics that were discussed, Rule said that he is willing to execute another festival, despite the debacle of the Fyre Festival. This has question marks written all over it. The Fyre Festival documentary captured the disaster and is available on both Netflix and Hulu. In the latter part of 2016, Ja Rule teamed up with Fyre Media CEO, Billly McFarland and co-founded Fyre Festival. McFarland set expectations and did not meet them. As a result, thousands of people were stranded on a Bahamas island fighting to find a way back home. Ja Rule has since rebranded the app as and looks to plan another festival with better execution.

“It was f****** done wrong. It was organized bad,” said the New York rapper. “The idea of it was dope, the marketing was dope, everything was done very right on that end. The execution was extremely bad, man.” According to Ja Rule other festival producers have encouraged his optimism.

“I’m getting calls from the biggest motherfucking n****s who do festivals in the world,” he says. “Sure, I would like to do another festival and do it right because that’s what I intended to do in the first motherf******place.”

With his past reputation, the public is not in favor of this. Despite the debacle, the brains behind the operation was not Ja Rule; instead, it was Billy McFarland. In 2018, McFarland pleaded guilty to wire fraud and was charged with selling fraudulent tickets for a number of events. Later that year he was sentenced to six years in prison.

“I’m mad at Billy, said Rule. “He lied to me, man. He lied to me in a lot of ways.”

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Internet Uses Savage Ja Rule Clip To Troll Milwaukee Bucks One Last Time

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The Internet never sleeps or stops its savagery. Social media took one final jab at the Milwaukee Bucks this past weekend for getting eliminated from the Eastern Conference Finals.

This holiday weekend, a savage clip went viral of rap veteran Ja Rule ultimately putting the dagger in Bucks fans’ hearts.

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Saturday night, Canadian rappers Drake and Tory Lanez went to their social media accounts to geek out over their Toronto Raptors making it to the NBA Finals.

After Saturday night’s huge win, Golden State Warriors fan E-40 made sure to let Drake know he’s ready for their teams to face off.

Moments after last night’s epic comeback win, the Internet trolled the Milwaukee Bucks for getting eliminated with the quickness.

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50 Cent Slams Snitch Reports Connecting Him To Jimmy Henchman + Ja Rule – “That Backfired”

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New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t here for having his name dragged. The G-Unit boss has stepped forward to go in-in on rap foes Ja Rule and James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond over snitching allegations.

Fif went to Instagram Sunday and didn’t fall back on ripping Rule/Rosemond for trying to paint him as an informant.

Back in November, 50 Cent went at Jimmy for allegedly working with law enforcement.

The same week, Jimmy issued a public statement following a judge handing him a life sentence for his connection to the murder of G-Unit affiliate Lodi Mack.

“This is America! I want to apologize to my family and my support system. Most importantly, to my son; When I asked you to intern as a 14 yr old at my office it was because I wanted you to see your father working and have a strong role model. I wanted you to look up to brown and black people in boardrooms rather than in the streets. I was proud of the work I was doing. I never thought when I sent you on that errand, you would be surrounded and assaulted by 50 cent and four G-Unit grown men with guns for wearing a T-shirt. My son I want you to know today – you did nothing wrong by coming to me and letting me know what happened to you. Any child that is under age should let their parents know if they are assaulted.” (All Hip Hop)

Jimmy also maintained his innocence and blamed the criminal system for his predicament.

“There is a sickness in this system. My trial was covered up and drown out with unrelated shootings, hip hop gang fairy tales and non-existing “rap wars” that never existed. For any Black man being painted into that fantasy thug culture is a lethal concoction for a conviction and the prosecutors knew this. The prevalence of this injustice has sprung up grass root organizations to tackle systematic racism in the criminal justice system. Which result in mass incarceration and wrongful convictions disproportionately affecting black and brown people. You would think black and brown people are the only ones that commit crimes because that is all I see. But this is America.” (All Hip Hop)

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Irv Gotti + Ja Rule Meet W/ Live Nation For Long-Awaited Murder Inc. Reunion Tour

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Rap mogul Irv Gotti and Ja Rule are “this” close to packing their bags for the road. The longtime friends and business partners are finalizing an upcoming Murder Inc. reunion tour.

Last night, Gotti went to Instagram to formally announce an Inc. cross-country run is near.

Rule went to Instagram last month to get fans’ take on the Inc. possibly hitting the road together.

Last year, Gotti’s former protégé Ashanti struck back at longtime Murder Inc. rival 50 Cent over low ticket sales allegedly forcing a concert cancellation.

“Officer Curtis better cut it out. [laughs] I mean it’s obvious [the show was canceled because] it was a lack of promotion. The school put out a statement to clarify it was a lack of promotion and, you know, they shouldn’t have never did it. So, you know, no hard feelings. Thank-you so much – Curtis is definitely a bully.” (TMZ)

Days prior, Inc rival 50 Cent ripped Ashanti for having a concert nixed over ticket sales.

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Ja Rule Explains Why He’ll Never Make Peace W/ 50 Cent + Name-Drops Kanye West, Diddy + Taraji P. Henson

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New York rapper Ja Rule has zip-zero plans of calling a truce with his arch rival. The Queens native went to social media this week to explain just how deep his issues are with 50 Cent.

Rule went to Instagram Friday to keep things 100 on his lack of respect for Fif.

50 went to Instagram Tuesday to rip Ja for allegedly owning millions to the government.

This week, a report surfaced about Rule’s tax woes dating back to 2009.

The Murda Ink rapper turned Fyre Festival promoter has been left on the look for more than $2 million in back federal taxes on liens stretching back more than 10 years, BOSSIP has learned. The IRS issued Ja’s latest lien late last month for $443,442 for income he earned in 2016 – some of it likely coming from his work behind the failed Fyre Festival. (Bossip)

Back in November, Ja ripped 50 Cent trolls about owning his music.

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Look: Diddy + Ja Rule Encourage Black Unity W/ Disturbing J. Edgar Hoover Message

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Music mogul Diddy and Ja Rule are encouraging the culture to stick together. The hip-hop artists went to Instagram this week to weigh-in on J. Edgar Hoover allegedly saying the biggest threat in America is black unity.

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The Saga Continues: 50 Cent Mocks Ja Rule’s Messy IRS Debacle

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It’s 2019 and 50 Cent and Ja Rule are still going at it, y’all. In documents obtained by BOSSIP this week, it was revealed that Jeffrey Atkins owes back taxes for ’05, ’06, ’07, 08 and 2016 — and, of course, 50 finds it all too hilarious.

ICYMI BOSSIP reported, “The Murda Ink rapper turned Fyre Festival promoter has been left on the look for more than $2 million in back federal taxes on liens stretching back more than 10 years, BOSSIP has learned. The IRS issued Ja’s latest lien late last month for $443,442 for income he earned in 2016 – some of it likely coming from his work behind the failed Fyre Festival. But on March 4, the IRS issued a separate updated lien for back taxes from 2005 through 2008: $830,717 for 2005, $353,536 for 2006, $231,775 for 2007 and $172,282 for 2008..”

“In total, the IRS says Ja owes $2,031,753, according to the new liens,” BOSSIP adds. As we’re all aware, Ja has already spent time behind bars for tax evasion, so this isn’t anything new… and the rapper’s longtime foe has been having a blast mocking his situation.

“LOL come on I know he not that bright but damn,” 50 Cent posted on Instagram. Hopefully, Ja can get his financial situation together before it lands him in jail again… stay tuned.

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50 Cent Clowns Ja Rule For His Recent Run In with IRS

Fif is back at it again. Then again he never stopped.

50 Cent took to Instagram earlier to give his insight on Ja Rule latest misfortune. It was recently reported that the “Always on Time” rapper had a run in with the Internal Revenue Service, a.k.a. the IRS. He currently owes $2 million in back taxes.

It did not take long for 50 to troll his long-time enemy, Ja Rule. Of course, we all saw this moment of comedic relief coming from the G-Unit honcho.

50 captions the picture, “LOL come on I know he not that bright but damn.”

When it comes to shade, 50 take the cake, especially when Ja Rule is on the receiving end of it. Lately, the Power producer recently has been going back and forth with Teairra Mari. The Love & Hip-Hop cast member released a diss track, “I ain’t Got It” against Fif. In true 50 Cent fashion, he quickly trademarked the phrase, put it on a t-shirt and is now collecting profit from sales of the shirt. Talk about king petty.

The saga continues with the everlasting feud between the two New York rappers. While Ja Rule, celebrates his 18 year wedding anniversary in Thailand, this news is sure to put a dark cloud over his vacation.

 

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50 Cent Roasts Ja Rule Over $2 Mil Taxes Nightmare

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New York rapper 50 Cent just won’t let Ja Rule breathe. The hip-hop veteran has hit up social media to taunt his arch rival over alleged tax woes.

Fif went to Instagram Tuesday to rip Ja for owning millions to the government.

This week, a report surfaced about Rule’s tax woes dating back to 2009.

The Murda Ink rapper turned Fyre Festival promoter has been left on the look for more than $2 million in back federal taxes on liens stretching back more than 10 years, BOSSIP has learned. The IRS issued Ja’s latest lien late last month for $443,442 for income he earned in 2016 – some of it likely coming from his work behind the failed Fyre Festival. (Bossip)

Back in November, Ja ripped 50 Cent trolls about owning his music.

The same week, Rule accused 50 of blocking him on social media.

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Ja Rule Reportedly Owes $2 Million in Back Taxes

It seems like Ja Rule can’t catch a break these days. The IRS claims the veteran rapper owes them at least $2 million in back taxes.

In files obtained by Bossip, Ja received multiple liens from the IRS for the years 2016, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. For each of those years, Ja owes $443,442, $830,717, $353,536, $231,775, and $172,282 respectively. That’s a pretty hefty bill and now the IRS wants the New York rapper to cover it. The report also states that his wife, Aisha, has also been sent liens for her own income.

Despite reports, Ja Rule is out in Thailand, living it up with his wife in celebration of their marriage.

Ja Rule seemingly takes many L’s, but he always finds his way out. Let’s see how he’s going to get his self out of this one.

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