Rapper Ja Rule caught a break today when his sentencing hearing was rescheduled to a month from now (March 9th) after an error in his presentencing report delayed his hearing for today. Ja Rule is set to begin his two-year jail term over a weapons possession charge from July, 2007.
Ja Rule is going to wait a bit longer before learning when he’ll start his prison term in a New York gun case. Prosecutors said Wednesday that changes are needed in a presentencing report for the platinum-selling rapper and actor. He’s now due back March 9 to cement a sentencing date. Ja Rule pleaded guilty in December to attempted weapon possession. The 34-year-old performer’s plea deal calls for a two-year prison term. (New York Post)
In related news, Ja Rule is reportedly working on several projects including a sequel to his 2001 one project, "Pain Is Love." Already working on his "Renaissance" project, Rule said that he will work with long time Murder Inc producer 7 Aurelius on "Pain Is Love 2," the man behind hits like "Always On Time" and "Foolish" in the early '00s.
Ashanti & Ja Rule – Foolish & Always On Time (Live)