Ja Rule is slated to make his television debut.
MTV recently picked up a 30-minute reality show titled Follow the Rules. The show will star the rapper-turned-actor and his family, and centers on their chaotic daily lives.
“Ja Rule is a modern day reality rap star version of Bill Cosby’s role from ‘The Cosby Show.’ He embraces a unique parenting style with his teenage kids that feels fresh and funny,” said MTV’s president of programming, Susanne Daniels. “We’re excited to be in business with him and his delightful family.”
“I am truly honored and excited to be partnering with MTV and 51 Minds to bring you my new show ‘Follow The Rules,'” said Rule. “Family tradition will never be that same bitch….LMAO!!!”
Check out a sneak peek of the series above.
Scarlett Johansson is officially a mommy.
The actress and her fiance Romain Dauriac welcomed a baby girl named Rose earlier this week. This is the first child for the couple who got engaged last September.
Jimmy Kimmel is at it again.
The late night TV host gathered up some of the most famous faces in the NFL and had them read mean tweets about themselves on live television.
Check out the hilarious clip above.
ADD’s hit web-series Hungry is back for a second season and it’s just as funny as the first. There’s going to be heartbreak, drama, and plenty of crude jokes as Laura and Porsche embark on all new hilarious adventures.
Check out the first trailer for Hungry’s second season above.
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