Ja Rule Finally Apologizes For Fyre Festival Involvement: "I am Devastated"


After the disastrous Fyre Festival made waves within the media, Ja Rule tried to avoid wasting face. While he did take some accountability for the horrendous occasion, the rapper kept away from points an apologetic assertion for the reason that blame may very well be directed to the people who spearheaded the pageant. Now that two documentaries concerning the failed group and the repercussions it has imposed on many unsuspecting people, Ja Rule has provided an official “sorry.”

Ja Rule hopped on Instagram and shared an image of Maryann Rolle, the proprietor of a resort within the Bahamas who’s now in a precarious monetary state of affairs because of the organizers’ negligence. The entertainer provided some sort phrases. 

“My coronary heart goes out to this pretty woman… MaryAnne Rolle we’ve by no means met however I’m devastated that one thing that was meant to be superb, develop into such a catastrophe and damage so many ppl… SORRY to anybody who has been negatively effected by the pageant… Rule”

A GoFundMe page was created to help the Rolle’s Exuma Point Resort. It garnered over $160Okay in donations, exceeding the $123Okay aim. The web page describes Rolle’s predicament.

“Back in April 2017 I pushed myself to the restrict catering a minimum of a 1000 meals per day. Breakfast, lunch and dinner have been all ready and delivered by Exuma Point to Coco Plum Beach and Roker’s Point the place the principle occasions have been scheduled to happen. Organizers would additionally go to my Exuma Point location to benefit from the ready meals.

Fyre Fest organizers have been additionally checked into all of the rooms at Exuma Point Resort.

As I make this plea it’s onerous to imagine and embarrassing to confess that I used to be not paid…I used to be left in an enormous gap! My life was modified without end, and my credit score was ruined by Fyre Fest. “