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Ten years after he first hit it big on the charts, rapper-turned-actor Ja Rule has partnered with Queen Latifah to film his home life for MTV. Latifah is among the executive producers on Follow the Rules, which has been ordered to series by the cable network. The half-hour "comedic docu-series" will center on Ja Rule and his family, including wife Aisha and their two sons, Jeffrey Jr. and Jordan, as well as both his and Aisha's mothers. (Their oldest daughter, Brittney, is in college.)
After a brief reprieve, Ja Rule is back in the clink. According to The Associated Press, the rapper is currently incarcerated in a New York City jail with a July release date.
Ja Rule might be out of prison, but he isn't a free man yet. The rapper left a New York prison Thursday morning after serving the majority of his sentence for illegal gun possession and headed straight to federal custody in a tax case, The Associated Press reports.
Rapper Ja Rule was sentenced Wednesday to serve up to two years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted criminal weapon possession in December, The Associated Press reports. Ja Rule , whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, will begin his sentence Tuesday. Ja Rule pleads guilty to $3 million tax evasion "See y'all later," he told family and friends in the courtroom as he was handcuffed after his...
Rapper Ja Rule pleaded guilty Tuesday for failing to pay taxes on more than $3 million in income, The Associated Press reports. Ja Rule, whose given name is Jeffrey Atkins, earned the money between 2004 and 2006. As part of his plea deal, the government will...