Ja Rule Shares Plans to Build School in Ghana After Signing Lucrative Deal, Netizens React

Ja Rule Shares Plans to Build School in Ghana After Signing Lucrative Deal, Netizens React

  • American rapper Ja Rule has shared his plans to build a school in Ghana on his official X handle
  • The rapper took to social media to make the announcement shortly after going public with his new deal
  • Ghanaian netizens stormed the comment section of his announcement post with suggestions and well-wishes

American rapper Jeffrey Bruce Atkins Sr, known by his stage name Ja Rule, has announced his intentions to build a school in Ghana.

The New York City-based rapper sparked excitement as he posted the news on his official X account on Thursday, January 4, 2023.

Ja Rule in pics
Ja Rule plans to build a school in Ghana Photo source: Instagram/JaRule, Tiwtter/The SourceMag
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His plans have been well received so far by fans in Ghana, who thronged to the comment section of the post to urge him on.

Ja Rule adds Ghana to his big 2024 plans

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The legendary rapper began 2024 on a high note. This year, Ja Rule has reportedly signed a new label deal potentially worth $100 million, which many fans find hard to believe, considering his past affiliations with scandals like the luxurious Fyre Festival, which never happened.

Reports also indicate that Ja Rule will release an album in 2024 after over a decade of starving his fans.

The rapper's plans for Ghana are part of an explosive year for him, and Ghanaian netizens can't wait for it to unfold, especially as the country continues to hoist its Beyond The Return flag high.

Netizens react to Ja Rule's announcement

Legit.ng gathered a few reactions from netizens as they commented on Ja Rule's plans to build a school in Ghana.

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@bardman233 said:

The Motherland will be proud of you

@SmylyThe3rd wrote:

Name it Ja Skul or we riot

@bigApple_realty remarked:

Ghana appreciate your effort my brother

@Selorm66 added:

Come to Kpando Ghana .We'll offer you free land to build the school.

Michael Blackson eats Ghanaian food

In another story, actor Michael Blackson, in a video he shared on his Instagram page, ate boiled plantain and stew with his hands and licked the plate at the end.

Americans in the comments section bashed Blackson for eating with his bare hands instead of using cutlery and found issues with his table manners.

However, Ghanaians in the comments section came to Blackson's defence, stating that the Ghanaian dish was not eaten with cutlery.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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