Ja Rule is back at it again. The swindled, bamboozled rapper has announced that he plans to give Fyre Festival another go, despite his first effort being the most colossal flop in history.

TMZ caught Ja Rule at LAX airport and questioned him about the infamous Fyre Festival documentaries. To which Ja Rule admitted that he had not watched yet.

When asked about the Fyre Festival experience, Ja Rule shared “It’s not funny to me, It’s heartbreaking to me. It’s something that I wanted to be special and amazing, it didn’t turn out that way.” Which would almost elicit sympathy, if he had not followed it up with an entrepreneurial spiel.

“In the midst of chaos, there’s opportunity.” Shared Ja Rule, “It [Fyre] is the most iconic festival that never was. I have plans to create the iconic festival, but you didn’t hear that from me.”

It’s hard to believe that this is the same man responsible for the 2001 smash hit ‘Always on Time’ featuring Ashanti. Oh, how the mighty fall. We could have never predicted a career trajectory so abysmal.

Watch: Ja Rule – Always On Time ft. Ashanti

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If you haven’t yet watched the Fyre Festival documentaries then we truly recommend them. They’re the epitome of car-crash TV, but they’re so damn good. Arguably the best part of the whole clusterfuck was seeing Ja Rule attempt to drag himself out of the trenches of shame. Taking to Twitter to attempt to clear his name and admit to the world that he “too was hustled, scammed, bamboozled, hood winked, lead astray!!!.

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