Ja Rule ready to drop new autobiography, Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Being a Man, Trick Trick speaks on Rick Ross and Jay Z and Beyonce launch On The Run Tour.

Ja Rule gets up-close and personal with his new autobiography, Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Being a Man.  The book will be released next week on Tuesday July 1st and is available for pre-order through amazon.com now.  Ja’s autobiography covers his childhood all the way to his time in federal prison, where he says he underwent a personal transformation.

However, not much has changed as far as his feelings about his formal rival 50 Cent.  The New York Daily News reports within the pages of Ja Rule’s new book, the rapper reportedly addresses 50 as a snitch.  Ja writes, “[50] secretly led them through his recordings for the answers they were looking for,” referring the arrests of Irv Gotti and his brother.

He also suggests 50 named dropped him in the 2000 shooting incident that left the G-Unit boss with nine bullet wounds, “When [the feds] asked him who he thought had shot him, it would make sense that 50 would have said, ‘Ja Rule, Irv Gotti and Murder Inc.’”

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In other news, we’ve heard from park officials, concert promoters and Rick Ross himself on why the rapper was prevented from performing at 107.5’s Summer Jam in Detroit.  Allegedly local rapper Trick Trick was behind all the drama.  In a YouTube video created by Hot 107.5, it points to the local rapper and also talks the "no fly zone" Rozay was allegedly under.  That video has since been takin down, but more details about what it entailed is available below inside Tha Wire.

In the meantime, it's Hot 107.5's video and various allegations he had something to do with Rick Ross not performing that has local Detroit rapper Trick Trick upset.  Now he's setting the record straight:

Finally the Carters kicked off their On The Run tour at Sun Life Stadium in the M.I.AJay Z and Beyonce shut it done (Wednesday June 25), the Miami Herald reported the power couple proved  why they are the king and queen of hip-hop and R&B.  Here's a look at how it went down.  For tickets info and dates click here.

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