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Mariya feat Ja Rule - I'm Here (Official video)

The official video for "I'm Here" by Mariya featuring Ja Rule has just hit the net and as always MIO is first to bring it to you.  Its a crazy video check it out below and leave your thoughts on our forum.

published on December 20 th, 2010

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Ja Rule talks to Star & Buckwild

At the end of last month Ja had a quick interview with Star & Buckwild that has only hit the net today. Ja talks about his Sitcom he is working on, the new album "Renaissance Project" and of course Mpire Music Group. Check it out below and leave your thoughts on our forum.


published on December 14 th, 2010

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Seven Aurelius Sends A Message To Ja Rule

Former Murder Inc producer Seven Aurelius posted a message on his Facebook to Ja Rule on his current situation, check it out below and leave your thoughts on our forum. You can hear some of Sev's latest work on Diddy's 'Last Train To Paris' which hit stores yesterday.

published on December 14 th, 2010

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Lil Wayne & DJ Drama Speak on Ja Rule's Prison Sentence in Radio Interview

Rapper Lil Wayne gave DJ Drama a buzz this morning on Shade 45 radio and conducted his first on-air radio interview since his release from jail last month. Among other things, they discussed the news of Ja Rule's impending prison sentence related to the legal troubles both rappers faced after performing together at a concert at the Beacon Theater in New York City back in 2007. Wayne seemed very disappointed at the ruling.

You can listen to the audio below and leave your thoughts on our forum.

Lil Wayne Speaks On Ja Rule.


published on December 14 th, 2010

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Hacker Gains Access To Ja Rule's Twitter Account (Please Disregard Current Tweets)

Hacker Gains Access To Ja Rule's Twitter Account; Insults Rappers

As if pleading to a two-year prison sentence yesterday wasn't enough, Queens, New York rapper Ja Rule must now contend with hackers, who seem to have taken over his Twitter account.

An unauthorized person gained access to Ja Rule's official account Twitter.com/RuleYork around 5:30 AM this morning, about an hour after the rap star's last official Tweet, which commented on the snow falling in New York.

Starting around 5:30 AM, fans of Ja Rule were confused when they began reading a series of tweets suggesting that he was surrendering to his nemesis, fellow Queen's rapper 50 Cent.

"Listen man, i was thinking, im sorry i slapped you, i wanna appologize [sic] for everything," the intruder tweeted to 50 Cent. "man why you had to go in on my career like that tho? you !!ed my money up, i get it, your smarter, better rapper…"

A few tweets later, it was obvious that it was not Ja Rule sending the messages, as the insults began. First they were directed at 50 Cent, but a number of others were sent messages too, including 50 Cent, Nore, Tyga, The Game, Big Tigga, Gunplay of Triple C's, and others, to the shock of the Ja Rule's fans.

As of press time, the hacker was tweeting away, sending out numerous messages, including that sent Ja Rule's personal cell phone number to his 34,000 followers.

"I don't believe this," tweeted one of Ja Rule's followers, while another told the hacker: "I'm convinced you aint Ja and I'd like to rob u."


Leave your thoughts on this on our forum.

published on December 14 th, 2010

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Ja Rule Protests Gun Violence In The Face of Weapons Charges

Ja Rule Protests Gun Violence In The Face of Weapons Charges




Ja Rule himself called the events on Monday (December 13)  where he was sentenced to two years in jail  a "minor setback to a major comeback" via Twitter. Let's hope so.

In 2009, MTV News spoke to the Murder Inc MC during a rally, somewhat ironically now, against gun violence where he joined forces with T.I., Reverend Al Sharpton and his National Action Network following the tragic fatal shooting of 17-year-old Corey Squire.

"I think it's important for a voice like myself or a T.I. who actually have gun issues to be the ones to speak out guns and putting the guns down and gang violence," Ja Rule said. "I think we're the perfect voices to be talking about this, not to say that other voices aren't. Kids relate a little more when they know you've already been done that road and you know what they're going through and you can relate to them."

Ja Rule pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon, a class D felony in the second degree and was sentenced to two years in jail. The charges stem from a gun bust in July 2007, when both Ja and Lil Wayne were arrested separately following a concert performance. Similarly, T.I. reported to a federal prison in Arkansas on November 1 for violating his parole, stemming from gun charges for which he'd already served one year away.

"We've been through a lot and me and Tip, and I think he can attest to this, you grow a lot," Ja Rule said sincerely. "As you start to grow up, you start to learn what life is really about, the damages you could be doing yourself and your community by speaking. I think sometimes we don't remember how strong our voices are.

"A young man asked me, 'Do I think hip-hop can help these communities? Do I think hip-hop can help get these kids to put the guns down?' " Ja Rule continued. "I answered him in a way that I felt really comfortable saying it, because I do feel that hip-hop has been part of the problem so now it's time for us to be part of the solution."
To that end, the MC began a philanthropic organization to give back to his own community almost a decade ago.

"L.I.F.E. Camp is started out in South Jamaica, Queens, where I'm from, and we're basically a forum for kids to come to when they don't got nowhere else to go," Ja Rule explained. "Maybe their parents are on drugs or they dropped out of school, we take them in my life camp and try to give them a better life, a head start."

Rule said that with the help of his team, he's excited about the project's progress.

"It's been a long eight years of work but we've been getting it done," Ja Rule said. "Erica Ford, she's my liason in this all, she really really fights hard for these kids. She's very dedicated to this. With a lot of hard work and a lot of voices like myself, Kevin Liles, Reverend Al Sharpton and T.I. and us coming out, I think we can make a difference in the community and I think we are. I don't think what we're doing is in vain."

Do you agree with Ja Rule when he says that people who've been convicted of gun possession are better representative of what not to do with guns? Tweet us at @MurderIncOnline or tell us in a comment on our forum!

published on December 14 th, 2010

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Rule & 50 War On Twitter

Ja & 50 earlier on today went in on Twitter needless to say without being biased Rule won. Check out some screenshots below courtesy of AHH.com.

 

published on December 13 th, 2010

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Ja Rule Will Not Be Going to Jail Until He Finishes Movie, Lawyer Says

Earlier today (December 13) Ja Rule pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon, but the New York rapper will not be going behind bars anytime soon. XXLMag.com just got off the phone with his lawyer, Stacey Richman, who says she managed to work out a deal with the district attorney to keep him free until he finishes some prior business agreements.

As previously reported, Ja will be sentenced to two years at his next court appearance on February 9, 2011, but Richman assures XXLMag.com that he will not have to begin his time immediately after. “It’s part of our discussions with the district attorney’s office,” she explained of the arrangement. “You have to think whenever you’re taking care of a person of this caliber with these type of commitments you have to anticipate their business commitments also.”

“We have fought long and hard on the situation and they have agreed in regard to these commitments,” she continued. “I mean he has a film to do. There are certain concerts to do.”

As of press time it is uncertain exactly when Rule will be begin to serve his sentence but the movie he is working on will not begin filming until March of 2011.

Richman told XXL that the rap vet will most likely only have to serve 18 to 20 months of the two year sentence, if he doesn’t cause any problems behind bars.

xxl.com

published on December 13 th, 2010

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Ja Rule Pleads Guilty to Weapons Charge; Judge Promises Two Years

Discuss this devestating news on our forum.

Rapper Ja Rule pleaded guilty Monday to attempted criminal possession of a weapon stemming from the night of July 2007 in which the Murder Inc. star and rapper Lil Wayne were arrested - separately - following a New York City concert performance.

"This isn't a good day," said the Queens-born Ja Rule as he left a Manhattan courtroom.

According to police, the rapper, born Jeffrey Atkins, was leaving the Beacon Theater when he was stopped in his luxury sports car for speeding. Authorities reportedly smelled marijuana coming from his car and found a loaded .40-caliber semiautomatic gun in the rear driver's side door.

The 34-year-old performer could have faced up to 15 years in prison if convicted by a jury. He was instead promised a two-year prison sentence and remains free until sentencing. He wasn't charged with drug possession, and a judge threw out his statement to police claiming that he only had "a little bit of weed" in his pocket.

"Because of your guilty plea here today, you'll have a record of having committed a violent felony. This is a very serious matter," Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Richard Carruthers told the rapper.

In a separate incident that night, New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne was also arrested on a gun-possession charge after the same concert, which he headlined. At the time, Ja Rule and the Young Money star had recently teamed up on a singled called "Uh Oh."

Lil Wayne, 28, pleaded guilty last year to attempted criminal possession of a weapon and spent eight months in the city's Rikers Island jail complex, releasing an album, "I Am Not a Human Being," while incarcerated. He was released last month.

Known for his raspy voice and collaborations with recording artists including Ashanti and Jennifer Lopez, Ja Rule achieved great commercial success with his third album "Pain is Love," which scored a 2002 Grammy Award nomination for best rap album.

Ja Rule is due back in court on Feb. 9.

source.

Also : Ja Rule Sees Prison Sentence As A 'Minor Setback': The MTV News Quote Of The Day

published on December 13 th, 2010

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Ja Rule Live At Summer Beatz 2010

Here's a six minute video of Ja performing a medley of hits at Sumberbeatz in Sydney Australia including 'Can I Get A', 'Murder Reigns', 'Mesmerize' and a couple more. This video clearly shows Ja still has it and people out there want to see the Rule come back. Check it out below and leave your thoughts on our forum.


published on November 21 st, 2010

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