Ja Rule Has New Projects In Sight, Including An Album and a New School In Ghana

Ja Rule will be extending a heart of gold towards Ghana by building a school in the West African country. The rapper has big things to look forward to and has recently concluded a $100 million deal.

Ja Rule’s New Year May Birth New Album

Ja Rule is set to refresh young minds with his seasoned talent in his new album. The rapper is far from over, as he claimed remarkable feats are on the way. Apart from another album, he will tour the country to perform on stage for fans.

This news comes on the heels of a new label deal. As mentioned before, the rapper is racking up $100 million, and the money will be put to good use — helping the needy.

Ja Rule’s Ghana School Announcement

Ja Rule will be helping kids get a better education in Ghana by building a school soon. He told his fans on X that the project would happen but did not add a timeline. However, the rapper admitted that it would be an exciting experience.

Via X, he wrote:

“I’m also building a school in Ghana can’t wait to go and break ground. “Rule love the kids!!!”

Ja Rule had always been open to spending his hard-earned money on education. The celebrity who runs ICONN media donated $250,000 in 2022. This was from the proceedings acquired during the sale of The Painted House’s first NFT — on the receiving end were the HBCU partners.

The funds enriched schools, including Morehouse College, Hampton University, Jackson State University, Morgan State University, and Spelman College.

While Ja Rule is all about giving back, he would not mind sounding a note of warning to haters. HotNewHipHop shared that the NYC native’s New Year tweet was loud and clear. He advised naysayers to focus on getting the bucks rather than the beef. The rapper also had nothing but words of admiration for his fans.

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