Ja Rule And Wife Splitting Over His Male Lover?! Rapper Sets The Record Straight With A Twitter Photo
By Staff Writer | December 06, 2013 08:14 PM EST
When rapper Ja Rule and his wife were reported to be splitting on allegations that he has a male lover, they responded in a classy way to spread the Yuletide cheer.
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They flipped the bird.
In a Twitter post, Ja Rule is seen with a Santa hat on and kissing his wife while the couple flashed their middle finger.
"Sorry to disappoint u guys who wanted so bad for the rumors to be true Merry Xmas haters from Mickey and Malerie #naturalbornkillers," Ja Rule posted on his Twitter on Dec. 4.
The rapper, a recording artist for Murder Inc., spent almost a year in two penitentiary institutions for tax evasion and criminal possession of a weapon. In May this year, he was freed from the Federal Correctional Institution in New York.
Ja Rule, 37, has been fighting off rumors that he shacked up with a prison cell mate which affected their marriage. The rumor mill started buzzing when a blog quoted his wife Aisha Atkins as saying supposedly on "Married Life After Prison" on MTV that the rapper would "Rather suck a d*** than be with his wife."
The story along with the MTV series turned out to be fictional.
Ja Rule talked to The Daily Beast in October about his life in prison and he maintained that he didn't get into any fights while inside. In fact, he said a lot of the guys liked him a lot. "For the most part, people are pretty respectful of everyone's space and it's a cool atmosphere," he said.
The rapper had a running feud with 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) and that extend to Eminem and Dr. Dre after Curtis was signed into Shady/Aftermath Records. Except for one incident where Curtis reportedly punched Ja Rule and another incident where Ja Rule's bodyguard stabbed Curtis and his crew, the feud was limited to dissing in their respective raps.
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