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And Now, Just In Time For The Holidays, Ja Rule Reading 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas'

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There's a classic bit from Dave Chappelle's 2004 stand-up special "For What It’s Worth" where the comedian mocks our celebrity-obsessed culture, referencing Ja Rule calling into MTV in the aftermath of September 11 as an example of the sort of unnecessary merging of otherwise unrelated issues and players which we often see.

The joke, which gave birth to the "WHERE IS JA!?" refrain that still lives on today, is as hilarious and relevant -- as we've collectively only become more fixated on celebrities and their thoughts and movements -- as it was over a decade ago.

But there are times where you want to be able to ask WHERE IS JA!? and have him appear out of nowhere and heed to your needs.

Take, for instance, Ja Rule reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas," something that we've longed for for some time now, which finally exists, thanks to BBC Radio 1.

Merry Christmas, from Ja and Dr. Seuss.