The hits weren’t only reserved for acts on the label, Murder Inc also crafted smash hits for Jennifer Lopez, Fat Joe, Mary J. But things soon came crashing down when a federal case forced label heads and brothers Irv and Chris Gotti into a fight for their freedom.To make matters worse, the label’s archenemy 50 Cent and his G-Unit collective’s hostile rap takeover drove fans to reject the Murder Inc’s previously lucrative sound.
Former flames Jennifer Lopez and Sean "Diddy" Combs enjoyed a night out together in Hollywood on Thursday, Oct. Multiple sources tell Us Weekly that Lopez, 45, and Diddy, 44, partied the night away at Hooray Henry's with a group of friends, including her longtime manager Benny Medina.
One observer tells Us that the pair immediately "found each other" inside the club and exchanged a hug. Lo's love life Prior to the party, both Lopez and Diddy ate at Mr Chow, though it remains unclear whether they dined together.
The multi-hyphenates, however, left within minutes of each other and met up later at the club to celebrate the birthday of their mutual pal, video director Jessy Terrero. Lo's body evolution Another source tells Us, however, that their interaction was not romantic at all.
Back in the early 2000s, the “I’m Real” remix by Jennifer Lopez and Ja Rule was everywhere: on the radio, on mix CDs playing in our boom boxes, and forever stuck in your head.
But apparently, many people have been singing one of the lyrics completely wrong this whole time — J. And now, everyone can finally know the truth, thanks to Jezebel’s discovery.
In the beginning of the song, Ja Rule asks her, “What’s my m-f’in name? Nope, what she actually does is spell out “R-U-L-E,” as in his name: Ja Rule. ” and her response is kind of difficult to understand. This site has been blocked by order of the government of Russia.You can read more about Russia’s internet censorship law here.Murder Inc was a music powerhouse during their impressive run in the early 2000’s.The record company was home to superstar talents Ja-Rule & Ashanti, who both dominated the airwaves with catchy rap/R&B hybrids.