Authorities in Beverly Hills recently warned Hilary Duff about a man who they believe attempted to locate her home, find the star, and propose to her only a few weeks ago.
Were you at my house, last Friday night, when all of a sudden one of your girlfriends out of nowhere set down her large rosé jug and said, “OK, can I tell everyone that I just figured out what J. Lo is saying at the beginning of that Ja Rule song?”
Sit down, my fellow children of the ‘90s. Today, rapper and leap year baby Ja Rule enters into the fifth decade of his life. But if the thought of Ja turning 40 makes you dizzy, take solace: according to the leap year schedule he’s merely 10.
Everyone knows Ja Rule is a wonderful storyteller, as evidenced by classics like “Put It On Me” and “Always on Time,” a song about always being on time. Well, Ja Rule is also for the kids. Or is it Ja Yule?
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There’s really no debating this, come on stop.
Rapper Ja Rule, known for one of history’s most romantic love songs, “Every Thug Needs a Lady,” and roles in The Fast and the Furious and Pauly Shore is Dead, stopped by Fox Business to promote his new business collaboration with Magnises, a credit card company that targets millenials. During the segment, Ja Rule was…