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It seems like Ja Rule is gearing up for a spectacular 2024.

Following the surprise announcement of his upcoming album, the New York rapper took to social media and shared an interesting update for fans and haters alike, writing: “Just signed my new label deal potentially worth a hundred mill… LFG!!! Thanks for the love and to the haters SMD.”

Some fans clowned the former Murder Inc artist, who has been taking jabs from social media after Fyre Fest failed.

“Here’s what’s [sic] needed to be understood for 24,” Rule replied to his haters on X. “HATE is for suckers and dick riding is NOT a form of transportation lmao it’s getting you nowhere… Stop being goofy and get money!!! That’s what Ja thinks.”

A fan tweeted that no one is giving Ja Rule $100 million unless it is for the sale of his catalog, which he disagreed with.

It is unclear whether or not Ja Rule’s music today would generate $100 million in sales, but the head honcho of Murder Inc., Irv Gotti, said he sold some of the company’s masters for $300 million, this included some unnamed songs by Ja Rule.

Ja Rule’s last album, “Pain Is Love 2,” came out in 2012, peaking at #197 on the Billboard 200 chart with just over 3,000 first-week sales. That marked the Queens, New York native’s first studio effort in eight years following 2004’s “R.U.L.E.”

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