Prior to 2018, much of Ja Rule’s public persona was tied to his musical career. However, things changed last year when the attempted launch of a booking app called Fyre resulted in the infamous Fyre Festival. Unfortunately, things got even worse for Ja Rule and company when both a Hulu and Netflix documentary revitalized the disaster on an even larger scale. Since then, Ja Rule has remained relatively quiet and stuck to responding to a few fan questions on Twitter about the Fyre Festival. Now, it appears that Ja Rule is looking to completely put that chapter of his life behind him.
Ja Rule and his team have been able to put together the booking app that Fyre was intended to be and named it ICONN. Pushing the boundaries even further, Ja Rule appears to be working on a music festival to go along with app as well. When speaking with TMZ, Ja Rule told reporters, “[Fyre Festival] is the most iconic festival that never was.” Then, he added, “I have plans to create the iconic music fest but you didn’t hear it from me.”
Actually, we did hear it from you, Ja Rule. Ja Rule is currently facing up to $100 million in class action lawsuits for his connection to the Fyre Festival, but let’s wish the best for Ja Rule in all of his future endeavors.