Irv Gotti Talks With Flex About Rocafella Start, Rise Of DMX, & The reign Of Murder Inc #WeGotaStoryToTell007

The other night Irv Gotti dropped by to do some talk about his new show on BET, that I’m not gonna front it def does look… let’s just say this summer seems to be fully lit for TV content! BUT, they got into much more than that….

(Video) Ja Rule Claims He Lost His Virginity At 12 Years Old

Mind you the TMZ guy brought up that convo right in front of a child and other family member around him lol dude was buggin. Check out Ja Rule’s reaction and his explanation for it all.

(Video) JaRule And Ashanti Get Into An Altercation With Police

In a recent video, we see Ashanti and JaRule ‘ridding around and getting it.’ A few moments later, they were pulled over by police. Ashanti records the whole thing as she asks police why they have to get out the car.

(Video) JaRule Slaps A Fan For Throwing A Beer Can At Him

These fans are getting pretty aggressive at these concert. Stitches just yoked up a fan for going over board at his show, now Ja Rule had to do the same thing.

(Photos) NBA: Jokes Fly After Ja Rule Says Michael Jordan Gets Paid $1 For Each Crying Jordan Meme

I cringe every time one of those satire website articles goes viral.  Unfortunately for Ja Rule, he fell victim to one of them.  A website called TMZ comedy claimed that Michael Jordan gets paid $1 every time someone posted a crying Jordan meme.  Well that would make Jordan even more ridiculously rich than he already is but… the story is fake.  Jordan can only get paid if someone uses the meme for profit.  Ja Rule’s tweet went as viral as the meme and as you would expect, the jokes flew and of course Rule ended up with the crying Jordan on his pictures as well.

(Video) Chris Gotti Claims 50 Cent Ran Away From Ja Rule After Getting Beat Up

The infamous rap beef between 50 Cent & Ja Rule comes to a new head, now after Chris Gotti reveals that Ja Rule kind of “beat up” 50 at a video shoot back when. He also claims 50 ran away once he saw Murder Inc. coming. Hit the jump for the full details.

(Photo) Ja Rule Announces His Last Album

Ja Rule announced back in July of 2014 that he would be leaving the game with one last album. Since then, he has changed the title from “Genius Loves Company” to “COUP DE GRÂCE.”

Did 50 Cent Go Too Far When He Made Comments About Irv Gotti’s Father?

It is evident that 50 Cent has absolutely no chill, but it looks like Curtis might have went to far after making comments about Irv Gotti’s elderly father. Check out what he said after the jump.

(Video) Ja Rule Details His Top Diss Tracks Of All Time

In a recent interview with VladTV, Ja Rule broke down his favorite diss records of all time. He quickly rattled off some of hip-hops most well respected diss tracks like, Boogie Down Productions’ “The Bridge is Over,” Nas’ “Ether,” Tupac’s “Hit Em Up,” Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” — and Jay Z’s “Takeover.” However the conversation got a little more interesting when Ja Rule named Drake’s “Back to Back” his “sixth man off the bench.” Check out what he had to say below.

(Video) For White People In Hip-Hop The N-Word Will Be Used, Says Ja Rule

As we exit the year 2015, race continues to be one of the most discussed topics; aside from White police officers killing Black teens, White rappers using the n-word was talked about also. Ja Rule sat down for a VladTV session when he was asked about using the n-word around his children, and the new trend of White rappers who do not hold their tongue in a verse. ““It’s hip-hop, man,” Ja Rule said. “The kids listen to hip-hop. They use the n-word. Point blank, period. There’s no way around it,” Ja says. “I’m at a concert the other day. Nothing but white kids at the concert. Metro Boomin is deejaying and shit, right? What does he throw on? ‘All day, n***a.’ And he’s fading the ‘n***a’ part. And those white kids are singing that ‘n***a’ word like a motherfucker.” With the music making the use of the word a norm, what is an artist to do; censor the lyrics depending on the look of the crowd?

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