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Ja Rule biography (bio):
Jeffrey Atkins is better known by his stage name Ja Rule, is an American rapper and actor signed to The Inc. and Universal Records formerly of Def Jam Recordings. A Hollis, New York native best-known for hits such as "Put It On Me", "Between Me And You", "I'm Real" and "Wonderful," Ja Rule has released seven albums to date and sold over 20 million albums worldwide.

Early Years:
Born and raised in a Hollis, Queens, New York housing project, attending Junior High School in Floral Park where he met his future wife Aisha Murray and they graduated in 1991. They attended Martin Van Buren High School together but he did not graduate. When Atkins was five years old, his sister died from respiratory problems. Growing up in a strict religious home, Atkin's family did not celebrate birthdays and Christmas, and as a child, was not allowed to listen to rap music. When he first heard it, he decided to be a rapper. He would sneak the music into his house and played it on his CD player when his mother wasn't around. As a youngster Ja's family didn't celebrate Christmas or birthdays. He said that he was able to live without it because he never knew too much about it. His sister would die when he was five, which left him an only child to his mother. Ja Rule said that he used to go to a school in Queens, but transferred to a private school in Manhattan because of bullying due to his small height. During his interview with Louis Farrakahn, he stated that he was the only black student at the school. Ja said that because of that the other kids didn't bother him. At age 15, Atkins appeared with 0-1 and Chris Black as part of Cash Money Click. This would lead to him being signed by TVT Records. He would end up being heard by a young DJ who called himself DJ Irv, then later Irv Gotti. Gotti, was a friend of Jay-Z's and he was also a DJ for Def Jam Recordings. During the mid 90s his main priority was meeting Ja Rule and making him the center of his career. He wanted to sign Ja to his new label Murder Inc. Records. He wanted Ja because of his distinct deep voice. After Irv was able to sign Ja along with DMX and Jay-Z to Def Jam. He along with Russell Simmons beagn to have an idea that they all work together. They formed a group named Murder Inc.. They recorded many songs together and were featured on other albums when at least two members were on an album they were considered Murder Inc. After the launch of DMX's career, the group faded out of existence as they would only make one more appearance on a song together. Despite all of this exposure Ja Rule was still relatively unknown as a rapper so the people at Def Jam came with an idea to launch Ja Rule's career through the success of Jay-Z. Jay would appear on his album and Ja would return the favor as they briefly became associated acts. Through Ja Rule's collaborations with most of the Def Jam roster, he had made himself a household name and became one of the most popular rap acts as he would begin his long successful strak as a rapper. He became known as a rapper when he was featured on Jay-Z's Can I Get A... alongside Amil. He quickly catupulted himself to the most popular rapper in the game and on of Def Jam Recordings premier acts.

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Criminal Charges:
During the summer of 2007, Ja Rule got arrested for gun and drug possession charges along with Lil Wayne. In this charge, he could have faced up to three years in prison, but all charges were dropped in October of 2007 as he just paid a substantial amount of money to the NYPD.[citation needed] During 2003, Ja Rule was arrested for assaulting a person taunting him about the 50 Cent feud outside of a nightclub in Toronto, Canada. He would end up suing Ja Rule, but they settled out of court. In 1999, he along with the rest of Murder Inc. were brought up on charges for assaulting 50 Cent, which led to a restraining order against them for 50. Also in 2003, he punched a man in Toronto for shouting at him in a crowd because of the 50 Cent feud. In 2004, police investigated whether a feud involving The Inc. led to fatal shooting outside a nightclub party hosted by Ja Rule. In July 2007, Ja Rule was arrested for gun possession.

Romantic Life:
Ja Rule met his future wife, Aisha while attending middle school and they would get married soon as they turned eighteen. Despite this, Ja has been romantically linked to other famous female celebrities. There were rumors that Jennifer Lopez had began dating Ja Rule after their collaboration on "I'm Real", which was not long after she had split with Sean Combs. He has even admitted that he has cheated on her before like in the song "Caught Up" and also "I Cry." Many thought that he had begun dating Lil Mo while they were collaborating by looking at how close they would get in their videos. All of these rumors proved to be false as he is married to his wife and they live together in New Jersey with their three children.

In the September 2007 issue of Complex magazine, Ja Rule expressed that homosexuals are to be blamed for the problems and destruction in the United States, and was disgusted at MTV's promotion of LGBT television shows. He also spoke out about how hip hop is being blamed for more issues than homosexuality, and perpetuated the belief that gays are evil and corrupting music and television.

"And if it is, then we need to go step to Paramount, and fucking MGM, and all of these other motherfuckers that's making all of these movies and we need to go step to MTV and Viacom, and lets talk about all these fucking shows that they have on MTV that is promoting homosexuality, that my kids can't watch this shit," he continued. "Dating shows that's showing two guys or two girls in mid-afternoon. Let's talk about shit like that! If that's not fucking up America, I don't know what is".

His comments prompted a strong rebuke from GLAAD, who issued a public statement stating, "No fair-minded person can look at JaRules interview with Complex Magazine and believe for one second that his children could be more harmed by what they might see on television than by the vulgarity and prejudice that comes out of their father's mouth. Now that media have seen JaRules intolerance unmasked by his own words, they have a responsibility not to provide in the future a platform for his ugly, vulgar displays of prejudice."

Ja Rule later denied that he was homophobic and that he was mis-quoted in an interview with online MySpace interview channel The Hook Up on 24 October 2007
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