Rapper Ja Rule Apologizes For Fyre Festival Debacle


Bayybeee, talk about trouble in paradise.

The folks that put together the much talked about of the Fyre music festival in the Bahamas canceled  weekend extravaganza at the last minute. This shindig was supposed to be the festivals of all festivals. The event was prompted as “a cultural moment created from a blend of music, art, and food”  sounds good right? Let’s see where things went left!

The festival, which was organized by rapper  Queens rapper, Ja Rule, originally scheduled an all-star lineup of entertainers, including Blink-182 and Kylie Jenner’s on-and-off-again beau, rapper Tyga. However, Blink-182 canceled the gig even before the event-wide cancellation.

Ja Rule took to twitter and offered and apology:


Sources say that the event “the Hunger Games but with less luxury” — “Everybody who was organizing the festival took off,” says the source. “They abandoned it. They  took millions of dollars, and then left everybody stranded. It was like a scene out of that movie ‘Exodus.’ There were people with bags, not knowing what to do. I feared for people’s safety, it got so bad.”


On another note, Fyre Festival promised “culinary delights and luxury” over two weekends. Instead, attendees complained about disorganization and accommodations in social media posts. Luxury everything thing.. But bayyybeee take a look at what the situation was below:

Bread and cheese, wilted lettuce leaves and soggy tomatoes? I could have eaten that at home.

Sources say that the tents designed for the guests “are so poorly made that they’d blow over in a second if there was any wind or rain.”