Ja Rule Calls Himself "No Drama" Despite "Crazy Stuff" In The Media; Talks Parenting
Before Growing Up Hip Hop New York even aired, Irv Gotti and Ja Rule were already at odds with producers. A viral video showing an argument between the hip hop figures and production went viral, causing Irv to clear things up in a radio interview where he stated he was finished with the reality show. Although there may have been some tension behind the scenes, the Murder Inc. members have given audiences a glimpse into their home lives as fathers, and it’s something that Ja hopes will expose audiences to who he truly is as a person.
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“I think people don’t see the other side of me,” the rapper tole PEOPLE TV. “Me being a dad, a husband and those things. They don’t see that side of me. I guess they see me more as what I do music-wise or in the media for some crazy stuff or whatever. I’m really a really cool, laidback, reserved, no drama guy. That’s who I am.”
He also shared a few bits about fatherhood, including how he and his daughter clash at times because they’re so alike. “My daughter, she has my fight. Like, she’ll pick a argument and it’s on,” he said of Brittney with a smile. “Yeah, she goes in, and I’ve dealt with that myself, and then I realize, ‘Eh, I don’t want to deal with that.'” He laughed and added, “I don’t deal with a mini-me on the argument scene. That’s a good thing, but it can also be a bad thing.”
“One of my biggest mottos is: I want my kids to run to me, not from me,” he shared. “So,…