Ja Rule has been told to “stay in his lane” and urged to “stick to rapping” amid rumours that he will attempt the disastrous Fyre Festival for a second time.
FarOut recently reported the news that Ja Rule was teasing another attempt at Fyre Festival. In an interview with TMZ, the rapper said he still has aspirations and “has plans to create the iconic music festival.”
After the hearing Ja Rule’s plans, Kaaboo Cayman organiser Jason Felts said “it’s disappointing,” in an interview with Too Fab while promoting his own festival. “I hear Ja Rule is at the airport right now,” he added. “I wonder he on his way down here to get some tips? Ja Rule should stick to rapping. I think he’s a great rapper, but he needs to stay in his lane.”
Not leaving things there, Felt added: “They should not attempt to do another Fyre Festival, they’ve lost all credibility. The people who were most affected by Billy McFarland and Ja Rule were the local people, the Bahamians.”
Felt continued: “All of the locals and vendors who worked tirelessly and were never paid. Not to mention the victims of Ja Rule and Billy’s Ponzi scheme in trying to lure guests to that island and pull the wool over their eyes.”
Having seen the destruction Fyre Festival has caused through the hit Netflix expose documentary, Felt added that he has the urge to try and restore some of the credibility to the music scene. “I’m upset that so many people were left in a trail of destruction,” Felts added. “I feel a personal responsibility to regain credibility for the music festival industry, to regain of the Caribbean as a because the people of the Bahamas were fucked over.”
“We’re here to put out the Fyre,” Felts added with a smile. “If Ja Rule wants to promote his own personal brand, he needs to stick to what he does well, which is rap.”