What is Ja Rule’s Net Worth?



Introduction

Ja Rule’s net worth was estimated at $4 million as of July 2022.

He is a rapper, songwriter and record producer from Queens, New York. Recently, he was in the news for his re-igniting of his beef with 50 Cent.

Early Life

Ja Rule was born in Queens, New York, on 29 February 1976. His mother Debra and father William raised him as a Jehovah’s Witness. William was a baker, while Debra worked in health care.

Atkins attended Hollis’ Public School 134, which he described as having a majority black student body. Because of his small stature, Atkins got into many fights at school. His mother then transferred him to Middle School 172 in Glen Oaks. This school is he described as “white”.

Career

Atkins started his rap career in 1993 with Cash Money Click, his hip-hop group. MTV News told him that his stage name, “Ja Rule,” was a nickname he got from a friend. Other friends called him “Ja”.

His solo career began in 1999 with the release of ‘Venni Vetti Vecci’. From 1999 to 2005 Ja Rule had several hit singles that reached the top 20 U.S. charts. Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In 2000, Ja Rule signed to Murder Inc. Records. This was previously known as The Inc. Records. It was headed by Irv Gotti. Ja Rule’s hits with his collaborators have earned him four Grammy nominations and six top-ten albums. Two of these reached the top of the US Billboard 200.

He also has a modest acting career. You may have seen him in films like Fast and Furious.

Ja Rule collaborated with stars like Ludacris and Vin Diesel on the series.

Highlights

These are some of the greatest highlights from Ja Rule’s career.

  • Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
  • Rule 3:36 (2000)
  • Pain is Love (2001)
  • The Last Temptation (2002)
  • Blood in My Eye (2003)
  • R.U.L.E (2004)
  • Exodus (2005)
  • The Mirror (2009)
  • Icon (2012)
  • Pain is Love 2 (2012)

Favorite Quotes From Ja Rule

Many people believe that being famous is so glamorous. But, the majority of the time, you’re living in a hotel room and using a suitcase.

Two years spent in prison has taught me a lot about the prayer life of some tough guys. They’re not only praying for themselves, they’re praying also for their families as well as for those they’ve lost.