Ja Rule shares a company he’s affiliated with and offers to do people’s taxes. Black Twitter reacts.
Ja Rule took to Twitter and other social media to share a new company he’s affiliated with.
He promoted the company and stated that he’d be helping people do their taxes.
People quickly reminded him that he was recently apart of a scam, Fyre Festival, that cost investors millions.
Ja rule just recently deleted the post that after it started getting clowned and, most likely because it was getting the business bad press.
To add insult to injury, in 2011 Ja Rule was sentence to more than 2 years in Federal prison for failing to file income tax returns between 2004 and 2006.
Here’s the screenshot:
Ja Rule really thinks we trust him with our taxes after what happened at Frye Fest. pic.twitter.com/zca2594a0e— Monique 🌟 (@lilmomo301) January 14, 2020
Ja Rule : let me do your taxes im trustworthy— john (@iam_johnw) January 14, 2020
America : pic.twitter.com/L5w7IheTqg
When Ja Rule trends period: pic.twitter.com/TcKL3W7bcb— OVO Marketing Analyst (@yodanielchill) January 14, 2020
Nobody:— Trab (@mile12hurts) January 14, 2020
Ja Rule During Tax Season: pic.twitter.com/kWnrStH1fZ
Ja Rule: do you want me to do your taxes?— Skynet (@UefaBlicence89) January 14, 2020
😭😭😭😭😭— Տɑղժɾɑ ժҽҽ ☮︎ (@heyitsSandraDee) January 14, 2020
*Sees Ja Rule trending*— kenny in the sack lunch bunch💫 (@kennnyroys) January 14, 2020
*clicks to see why*
Ja Rule: “Let me help y’all with your taxes!”
NOOOOOOOOO!!!!— Ursula in Human Form 🧜🏾♀️🐙 (@CarolHenny) January 14, 2020