Ja Rule pokes fun at his own struggly career woes in “Week Of Greatness” Foot Locker ad [VIDEO]

SAAVY OR SADDY???

 

Ja Rule’s testimony has arguably become one of Hip-Hop’s greatest cautionary tales since the dawn of 50 Cent’s reign over the rap realm back in the early 2000s. And now, the raspy-voice man–who was once considered a king of the genre– has been reduced to getting work as a cab driver in commercials.

FIX IT HOLY GHOST…
In promotion of Foot Locker’s fifth annual Week Of Greatness event, the 40-year-old native New Yorker takes on the role of an insightful chauffeur who imparts some words of wisdom on a trio of sneaker-heads who are impressed by the sportswear retailer’s consistent slayage over the years.

Poking fun at his real-life professional demise, Rule says to his passengers, “You can’t take sustained greatness like that for granted. It’s so hard to achieve.”

 

POOR TINK TINK…

 

Ja Rule

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“Once you find greatness, you hold on to it. I mean you can lose it just like that. One minute you’re on top of the world and the next, it’s all different. It’s all different,” the Murder Inc. representative emotionally adds as the three Foot Locker enthusiasts look around in confusion.
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DAMNNN…

Well, we’re happy to see that Ja’s able to laugh at himself… We just hope the world can laugh with him and not at him…

AT LEAST HE’S GETTING COIN…

THOUGHTS?

By : Asia Grace

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