Ja Rule changes up for "I'm In Love With A Church Girl" film

Thursday, November 18, 2010

By The Film Critic
JR Staff Writer

Late in the 1990s, Ja Rule rose to fame as a hardcore rapper. Over the years, the rapper has been involved in high-profile feuds and murderous lyrics. In 2002, Ja Rule was listed as one of the most-violent rappers in the game. But, the past eight years have been a learning experience.

The story has been told millions of times of how Ja Rule fell from grace. Rule has put together several comeback attempts, the most-notable came in 2007. Despite building significant buzz that year, the comeback still fell apart. But, Ja Rule has kept things simple this time around.

Earlier this year, news broke of Ja Rule starring in a film with the former Cheetah Girl, Adrienne Bailon. The film was titled, I'm In Love with a Church Girl. In the film, Ja Rule was set to play the man who was in love with the church girl, Adrienne Bailon. All talk of the film ended in March, but suddenly there is a major promotion for the new movie.

Recently, the creator of the film, Paul Molina, spoke of why he chose Ja Rule to star in the film. He said he has been friends with the former Murder Inc. rapper for years. While Ja Rule has always been thuggish in his lyrics, he has also been very spiritual. Molina reminded the people of how Rule sat down with Minister Farrakhan to end the feud with 50 Cent in 2003. Despite the image the rapper built, there is also a major counterimage built by Ja Rule.


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