Fyre Fest might have been the worst festival of all time, but Ja Rule would do it again (Picture: Netflix)

Ja Rule has said hed be interested in doing another Fyre Festival, which is great news as the last one went really, really well.

Fyre Festival became the most talked about festival of the decade in 2017, for all the wrong reasons, after the event Ja Rule put on with Billy MacFarland – who is currently serving a six-year prison sentence for fraud over the event – turned out to be a total flop.

The festival was promoted as a luxurious getaway experience of a lifetime and received backing from models such as Bella Hadid, Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner.

But despite some people spending thousands of dollars to attend the event, when they arrived the festival was so poorly planned there wasnt enough food or accommodation for anyone on the island, not to mention the fact that none of the advertised artists actually performed.



Ja Rule, however, doesnt seem too upset over the fact that he helped mastermind quite possibly the worst music festival of all time and has spoken about how hed be willing to try and do the festival again.

Speaking on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Ja Rule said that the disastrous festival wasnt his fault and that hed try it again with the right people.

Well, I mean it wasnt my fault, right? he said.

Heres what I happen to know. I have the biggest festival in the world even though it never happened.

(Picture: Fyre Festival)
Models such as Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin promoted the event, which never actually happened… (Picture: Fyre Festival)

Show host Cohen pointed out I mean, its like calling a ship the Titanic, which seems a pretty fair comparison to us.

When asked whether hed seen either of the two documentaries released about the festival – one by Hulu and the other by Netflix – he said that he hadnt watched either because he had lived it instead.

Speaking about what the biggest misconception is about the event, Ja Rule claimed it was that he had committed a crime.

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