Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for WEtvJa Rule isn’t ready to let his Fyre Festival drama die down just yet. After being cleared in a $100 million lawsuit brought by upset Fyre Festival attendees, the New York rapper has decided to poke fun at the fraudulent fest in a new song.
Aptly titled “For Your Real Entertainment (FYRE),” Rule shared his new track on Instagram, addressing his involvement in the 2017 festival planned for Exuma, The Bahamas that left thousand of attendees who were expecting luxury accommodations stranded in subpar conditions.
“The festival is on fire/We don’t need no water, make that motherf***er hotter/Hotter than the sun, but it wasn’t that,” Ja Rule declares, rapping over Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick‘s “The Show” sample. “Show of hands if you got your money back?/Just playing, I got sued for that/100 mil to be exact.”
Ja later goes on to shout “False advertising ain’t fraud,” teasing fans that he’s planning to revive the festival, but this time it will be “iconic.”
The “Livin’ It Up” then captioned his post with an update about his upcoming album.
“Fyre,” he wrote. “New album release date LEAP YEAR!!! Until then Have fun!!! love y’all… Rule 12.Twelve.XII.”
In the comment section of his post, Rule also shared the significance of the new date.
“I’m still working on the album it’s coming out dope… be patient wit me I’m working on a lot!!! Feb. 29 new date my bday,” he wrote.
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