Following the recent success of the Netflix and Hulu documentaries revolving around the disaster that was Fyre Festival, a global notoriety has arisen and surrounded the festival and founder Ja Rule thinks that this could lead to another more successful instalment of the festival. Not that would be too hard.
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TMZ managed to catch up with Ja Rule at LAX airport a couple of days where they quizzed him about the festival and what he thought about the future. Here’s what he had to say about it all:
Why wouldn’t you try to do Fyre Festival again? Just because the publicity, like it’s almost the most famous festival, say more famous than Coachella because everyone hears about it.
It is the most iconic festival that ever was so I have plans to create the iconic music festival, but you didn’t hear it from me.
I lived it man, I ain’t got to watch it. It’s not funny to me man, it’s heartbreaking to me. It was something that I really, really wanted to be special and amazing and it just didn’t turn out that way.
But you know, in the midst of chaos there opportunity and so, I’m working on a lot of new things.
Yeah, shame you’re just on video saying that there Ja Rule, think you’re kinda busted there. I guess it would be kinda good and awesome if Ja Rule was able to return to the island and actually pull off a great festival that made everyone loads of money, but should he even be allowed to do so given the fiasco it turned out to be last time?
I suppose Billy McFarland won’t be involved at least, but still Ja Rule has gotta do a lot of making up to do on this one if he’s serious about it. He’s literally gotta make it the best festival ever for years upon years to redeem himself in mine and many other people’s eyes. Here’s hoping he can do it, but I’m not so sure.
For more of the same, check out what’s also happening to the only nice guy in the whole documentary. Looks like he’s fallen on his feet.