Ja Rule Calls Prison Life ‘Amazing’

The rapper, behind bars for gun possession and tax evasion, has bonded with fellow inmates Dennis Kozlowski, ex-CEO of Tyco, and Alan Hevesi, former New York City Comptroller. Ja Rule is certainly making the most of his prison sentence. The Queens, N.Y.-reared rapper, who’s doing time at the Mid-State Correctional Facility in upstate Oneida, N.Y., for gun possession and tax evasion, told the New York Daily News that he’s formed friendships with two formerly powerful men: Dennis Kozlowski, who was CEO of Tyco International before his 2005 conviction for authorizing $81 million of illegal bonuses, among other acts of white-collar crime; and Alan Hevesi, the ex-New York City comptroller who began a one- to four-year sentence in April for a pay-to-play scheme wherein he took $1 million as a trade for approving pension-fund investments. – – read more

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