Beef between 50 Cent and Ja Rule has been brewing for a good few years now. Some of you may have heard about the physical squabbles, one involving 50 punching Ja and another with Ja's crew stabbing 50 and a friend of his. Ever since 50 Cent has served Ja Rule on wax, with such songs as "Your Life is on the Line" where 50 imitates Ja's yelling of "Murdaaaa" in the hook and "Get Out the Club" which specifically mentions the incident at the club Dre and Eminem for signing an artist that they have beef with.
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The rapper and his wife have made it clear that they have not split up and that Ja Rule is not gay. The rumors starting circulating on the Internet that the couple split because of a speculated romance between Ja Rule and his prison cell mate. Ja Rule, who rose to the top of the hip-hop charts in the late 90s, has served 23 months of a month sentence in prison for tax evasion and criminal possession of a weapon. Ja Rule, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, was released from prison in early May and served the rest of his time under home confinement. The rapper and Atkins set the record straight by posting a photo of the two kissing and flipping the bird at whoever started and believed the rumors. She was quoted as saying: Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to our newsletter and stay updated on the latest developments and special offers!
Ja Rule Responds To Gay Rumors, Denies Leaving His Wife For Prison Cellmate
Aisha Atkins is an American star. You could see her in reality television shows, and this is, probably, the most significant part of the information people have about her. Still, what is behind the curtain? As a rule, the audience knows little about wives of famous rappers if they are not Kim Kardashian, of course.
With a very strong voice, he was among the biggest voices of the rap industry in the early s before he finally lost out due the various numbers of feuds he got involved in. Apart from being a rapper, Ja Rule is also a record producer and an actor. His father, William Atkins, left the family when he was still just a child, and the responsibility of raising him was left to his mother, Debra. What would pull him off the streets where he was trying to make a life for himself was rap music which he began in