According to the New York Post, A judge has marked June 8th as the first day of Ja Rule's two-year jail term.
After being handed down a two-year prison sentence in December 2010, things in Ja Rule's gun case have been delayed but now it looks like June 8th will be the first day of Rule's jail sentance.
A judge has marked June 8th as the first day of his two-year jail term, according to reports, so the rapper could settle a federal tax issue.
Ja Rule (real name: Jeffrey Atkins) will also use the time to finish his next album, titled Renaissance Project, set to drop on his own MPire Music Group.
According to the New York Post, the furlough was granted by the judge against the prosecution's wishes.
"We want to finish the album, and there's also a tax issue," his lawyer, Stacey Richman, told the paper. "Somebody, an accountant, had filed an incorrect form, and this is to correct what was done in the past."