Rapper and Fyre Festival financial investor Ja Rule hasn't seen either Netflix or Hulu's Fyre Festival documentaries, which may help clarify why he trusts a second endeavor at sorting out a comparable festival is a smart thought.
On the off chance that you know about the fizzled Fyre Festival, at that point I'm certain you know the names Ja Rule and Billy McFarland great. They initially had plans to toss the universes best music celebration, anyway that never occurred. There were various claims recorded and even a few documentaries about the entire difficulty. There is even a parody film being made.
TMZ got some information about his musings on the different Fyre Festival documentaries, which detail the huge disappointment and continuous lawful issues confronting the most deplorable celebration in late history, his previous colleague and celebration coordinator, Billy McFarland, and how he's doing in a post-Fyre Festival world.
Ja Rule let it out was a difficult ordeal, however included, "In the midst of chaos, there’s opportunity.”." He's been chipping away at another application, Iconn, which sounds like McFarland's application. The goal is to launch a festival in the same vein as Fyre Festival — but functional.
“Fyre is the most iconic festival that never was,” he told TMZ. “I have plans to create the Iconic music festival, but you didn’t hear it from me.”
It will intrigue check whether and how this famous music celebration he talks about goes about, yet in the event that his second attack into the universe of music festivals is as engaging as his first. Watch the interview below.
So it’s impossible for me to TRUST someone with my vision and them completely fuck it up??? And it wasn’t my money so when I asked questions I was lied to... https://t.co/clsRhbCMQS— Ja Rule (@Ruleyork) January 20, 2019