Ja Rule Gives Fyre Festival Update: “All Guests Are Safe”

Fyre Festival, a new luxurious festival established by Ja Rule, was scheduled to take place in the Bahamas this weekend. Right after attendees professional a collection of chaotic functions, the festival was postponed and organizers begun doing work to evacuate visitors from the island. Today, Ja Rule took to Twitter to concern an update. “Relieved to share that all guest are protected, and have been sent the variety to use for a refund,” Ja Rule wrote. Fyre Festival’s official Twitter account also issued another apology before this morning in a collection of tweets. “We’re heartbroken that we let down all the visitors who set their faith in us,” read through the Fyre Festival statement. “To our visitors and staff—thank you again for your all endurance as we navigate our up coming actions. We owe you an apology.” Obtain the complete statement under.

Earlier this 7 days, Ja Rule, Fyre Festival, and the Bahama Ministry of Tourism all issued statements apologizing for the blundered celebration. In a be aware, Ja Rule emphasized that the festival was “NOT A Rip-off.” He continued, “I genuinely apologize as this is NOT MY FAULT… but I’m having duty. I’m deeply sorry to everybody who was inconvenienced by this.” In an interview with Rolling Stone, the festival’s founder and co-organizer, Billy McFarland spelled out why the festival went awry and promised a makeup festival for 2018. In mild of the fiasco, Seth Rogan and The Lonely Island said that they’ve coincidentally been doing work on a motion picture about “a audio festival that goes HORRIBLY Wrong.”

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