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 asked about his thoughts on Baltimore as well as his choice for the 2016 Presidential election, which he announced was Hillary Clinton.
“I like Hillary, but you know, it’s crazy because I also think Jeb is a good candidate as well, but I’m a Democrat so I will vote Hillary,” Ja said. This wasn’t the first time Ja Rule was asked for this thoughts on political events. The Washington Post made reference to Dave Chappelle’s memorable stand-up performance, “For What It’s Worth,” where the comedian remembered when Ja Rule was asked to comment on the September 11 attacks.
When asked why he chose to be the brand ambassador for Magnises, Ja responded,“It’s a very unique situation. Whenever you can marry the affluent with the less fortunate, you get the birth child which is called hip-hop.” What that has to do with a credit card that has a $250 annual fee, I have no idea.
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