Ja Rule Recieves Wisdom From Supreme Regarding Prison Sentence
Yesterday on the set of RapFix Live, Queens MC Ja Rule graced the couch with Sway to chop it up about his illustrious career, spawning a legion of chorus crooning rappers, and his impending prison sentence due to a 2007 gun charge. The artist born Jeffery Atkins showed humility in regards to his many achievements and also expressed remorse for the happenings that yielded the rapper his upcoming prison stint.
Growing up in the Hollis area of Queens, Ja Rule would come to align himself with Murder Inc. Records honcho Irv Gotti, a local DJ who made it big playing a significant role in the careers of artists Mic Geronimo, Jay-Z and DMX.
Gotti's close friend Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff was an infamous crime figure in New York City ruling the South Jamaica area of Queens during the crack-riddled 80's with his ruthless Supreme Team empire. Supreme's reign of terror, spawned in the notorious Baisley Park housing projects in Southside Queens, resulted in a death penalty conviction on murder conspiracy charges for the killing of Mobb Deep affiliated rapper E-Money Bags. Music executive Irv Gotti had better luck after he was victorious against federal money laundering charges just months prior over his close affiliation to McGriff. Read more...