Ja Rule Claims He Signed a New Label Deal Potentially Worth $100 Million | WhatsOnRap

Ja Rule Signs Big Record Deal Potentially Worth $100 Million

Ja Rule's Resurgence: New $100 Million Label Deal Sparks Twitter Triumph and Rap Comeback.

Following the tumultuous aftermath of the Fyre Festival in 2017, many questioned whether Ja Rule's music career could recover. However, the resilient rapper has not only made a comeback but envisions reclaiming his position at the pinnacle of the music industry. 

On Thursday (January 4), Ja Rule excitedly took to Twitter to share groundbreaking news with his devoted fanbase, proudly declaring, "Just signed my new label deal, potentially worth a hundred mill... [Let's f**king go!!!]." Seizing the opportunity, the 47-year-old artist delivered a clapback to those who may have reveled in his past challenges.

Expressing gratitude to his supporters, Ja Rule had a strong message for his detractors, bluntly stating, "[Suck my dk]." In a subsequent post, he laid out his mindset for the new year, urging people to reject hate and focus on financial success. "Here's what's needed to be understood for 24. HATE is for suckers, and dick riding is NOT a form of transportation. Lmao, it's getting you nowhere... Stop being goofy and get money!!! That's what Ja thinks." Demonstrating that he still possesses the lyrical prowess that made him famous, he declared, "Bch ni**as hate, real ones congratulate."

Ja Rule didn't stop there; he called on his fans to defend his name with the same fervor as Nicki Minaj's Barbz. "I need them a**hole fans that go at [people's] head for talking bad on my name. Lmao, my fans not sav*ge enough," he observed, prompting anecdotes from supporters sharing their long-standing loyalty. One fan proudly claimed, "I been defending you since the 6th grade... I'm 33 now, still defending you lol," illustrating the enduring support for the East Coast icon.

Amid these affirmations, Ja Rule continues to gear up for his upcoming album, the first since 2012's "PIL 2." With renewed confidence and a defiant spirit, the rapper has reasserted his presence online, coinciding with the celebration of the anniversary of one of his biggest hits, "Always On Time" with Ashanti. As Ja Rule charts his musical comeback, he remains undeterred, proving that resilience and self-belief can rewrite the narrative of a career.

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