Why does 50 Cent hate his son?
So, why does 50 Cent hate his son.
“When my son came into my life, my priorities changed, because I wanted to have the relationship with him that I didn’t have with my father,” he said (via VH1) of his son with ex-girlfriend Shaniqua Tompkins..
Why did Ja Rule fall off?
His Career Went Downhill After His Label’s Legal Troubles And A Rap Beef. When Murder Inc. Records, the record label Ja Rule signed with in 1999, became the focus of a federal investigation in the early 2000s, all of its music ventures were shelved.
What is Ja Rule real name?
Jeffrey AtkinsJa Rule/Full name
How much is 50 Cent’s net worth?
As of 2020, 50 Cent’s net worth is estimated at $30 million.
How much is DMX worth?
As of this year, DMX’s estimated net worth is at -$1 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. But other sources like Money Inc. and Kingged report that it’s actually up to -$10 million. And yes, that’s negative $1 to negative $10 million — we did a double-take, too.
Is 50 Cent a snitch?
50 Cent isn’t a snitch, according to law enforcement sources who spoke to TMZ. The clarification on whether or not 50 was running to the law came after a faked report allegedly from Fif made the rounds.
What is Ja Rule’s net worth?
Ja’s entrepreneurial finesse has earned him a reported net worth of $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Who is Ja Rule wife?
Aisha Atkinsm. 2001Ja Rule/WifeJa Rule — born Jeffrey Bruce Atkins — married his high school sweetheart Aisha Atkins — born Aisha Murray — in 2001. Together, they have three children: Brittney (born in 1995), Jeffrey Jr.
Did Ashanti and Ja Rule date?
Dispute the rumors over the past years, Ashanti is denying that she ever dated Ja Rule. The princess of R&B, Ashanti, jumped on Instagram live with Fat Joe and revealed that the two never shared a romantic relationship.
Who had more hits 50 Cent or Ja Rule?
The two Queens staples have over 60 Billboard Hot 100 hits between themselves — 40 for 50 Cent, 26 for Ja Rule. 50 almost doubles Ja’s hits, but there was a time between 1999 and 2004 where Ja was one of the biggest acts in mainstream rap.