If you’re a listener of a certain age, hearing Ashanti and Ja Rule back together for the first time in over a decade will bring you down for the count.
Source: WENNJa Rule and Irv Gotti stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club for a very interesting and candid interview this morning. It’s deeper than just music and what we do business wise. I wasn’t there for a lot of things that I should’ve been there for. As far as being a good man and a good father, that I was. She recently came forward and kind of recanted her statement about some of the things she said in her book.”Gotti: “I don’t wanna be anywhere near Superhead. I’m really good friends with Gail and I said, ‘Gail, how y’all not having no rappers on, but you let the c**ksucker on there? You wanted to do all of this though.”Gotti: “Here’s the real. We made great music together and everything like that.
Born on February 29, 1976, Ja Rule never gets the chance to explore his musical talent because he was raised in a Jehovah's Witnesses, a strict belief that forbids leisure activities.
But after his mom eventually left the religion, it was the moment for the artist, who is famous for his thug-rap style, to finally spread his wings.
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Per Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Twitter, Ashanti and Ja Rule’s version of “Helpless” from The Hamilton Mixtape technically drops at midnight tonight, but thanks to the internet, there’s no need for you to wait.