Netflix and Hulu premiered documentaries about 2017’s disastrous Fyre Festival, a botched occasion that noticed considered one of its organizers get convicted for wire fraud, final week. The movies have turned Fyre right into a sizzling subject on social media once more and prompted extra scrutiny for Ja Rule, one of many competition’s co-creators.

Ja Rule was not interviewed for both movie however is now attempting to share his aspect of the story Twitter. On Sunday (January 20), the platinum-selling rapper went on the defensive and tried to shift blame away from himself.

“I like how ppl watch a doc and suppose they’ve all of the solutions,” he wrote. “I had an incredible imaginative and prescient to create a competition like NO OTHER!!! I’d NEVER SCAM or FRAUD anybody what sense does that make???”

Ja Rule continued to air his grievances, criticizing Hulu for paying his competition co-creator Billy McFarland to take part in its documentary. He additionally discovered himself in a number of arguments with Twitter customers

“@Hulu PAID BILLY!!! That cash ought to have went to the ppl within the Bahamas,” he wrote. “@netflix PAID fuck Jerry [Media] who additionally did all of the promo for the competition… ? the docs clearly have Billy at fault however let’s blame the rapper lmao okay…”

He asserted, “I’ve receipts!!!”

Ja Rule expressed frustration over individuals blaming him for Fyre’s failings. He insisted he was scammed too.

“Y’all need it to be me sooo unhealthy it’s loopy… kinda unhappy!!!” he wrote. “the loopy shit is I’m watching the docs in awe myself… I too was hustled, scammed, bamboozled, hood winked, lead astray!!!”

Ja Rule concluded lots of the individuals going at him on Twitter “want Jesus.”

Check out a few of his back-and-forth bickering with followers on social media beneath.

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