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Ja Rule Blames Rap Music For Ja Morant’s Behavior

This is a real-life Chappelle skit coming to life.

Besides their names being Ja, there is no reason to speak to Ja Rule about his thoughts on Ja Morant.

Please don’t ask me why, but here is what Rule had to say.

Patrick Beverley’s right — at least, that’s what Ja Rule is saying, telling TMZ Sports he believes Ja Morant is absolutely being poorly influenced by hip hop.

The Chicago Bulls guard made waves earlier this week by sayin’ he believed rap and the culture surrounding it are contributing to Morant’s recent missteps … and when we got Ja Rule out at LAX this week, he couldn’t have agreed more.

He said growing up he was influenced to smoke weed by Redman’s “How To Roll A Blunt” — and pressured to drink booze by Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice” … and he made it clear, he thinks Morant is being similarly impacted by today’s tunes.

But, the “Holla Holla” rapper told us he thinks Morant needs to quit all of that ASAP … telling us, “that ain’t the way.”

“Go play ball, man,” he said. “The streets ain’t about nothing, man. Go grind on ’em. Keep balling. That’s it, man.”

Morant has been investigated by police at least three times in the past calendar year — most recently when he was seen on video flashing a gun at a strip club earlier this month.

Each time, Morant has dodged charges … though he admitted in a sit-down interview with Jalen Rose this week he needs to start making better choices.

When in doubt, always blame rap music.

I grew up listening to some of the most violent rap music ever made, and believe it or not, it never drove me to want to commit crimes, do drugs, or become a criminal.

You have to be weak to be influenced by music, movies, or video games. That is just a cop-out.

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