Ja Rule is back with his first song in a long time and it seems he just wants to remain viral right now. Years after Coachella failed terribly badly, Ja Rule released a song titled FYRE.
Rule has always insisted that he did not participate in cheating attendees with his money or with his employees without his checks and has stood firm with that statement even after he was heavily involved in the Netflix and Hulu documentaries.
Recently, it was cleared in a $ 100 million class action lawsuit by angry FYRE fans who were duped and misled.
The New York native took it as a signal for social networks to talk about him by releasing a song that talks about almost everything that went wrong that fateful day.
Some of the letters address having to face the court of public opinion.
‘For your real entertainment, I'm about to tell you how that shit came out of the horses' mouth / Sin D.A. or plaintiffs, but in people's court, baby, they will hang you like their ancestors. "
While other letters ask if Fyre victims received a refund.
& # 39; Hotter than the sun, but it wasn't that / A show of hands if you got your money back? / Just playing, they sued me for that / $ 100,000 to be exact / I know you lack empathy for who I am / But I was also deceived and diverted.
The rapper debuted the song on Instagram with a mixed opinion.
Some found it funny that the artist turned his misfortune into a marketing opportunity for his new album, while others felt he was making fun of the people he scammed.
‘F ****** bright! Lmao! Love it! This is soooo, "wrote one.
"You should be in jail with Billy!" Added another follower.
A fan said: "It's time for you to give up rap. However, this is great."
What do you think about the song?