J Rule performs on stage in white tracksuit
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Just as we were beginning to forget about Fyre Festival, Ja Rule has immortalized the disastrous event in a new song, titled “FYRE.”

On Friday, Rule took to his Instagram to share his latest single. “FYRE” ingeniously flips the festival’s name into an acronym that stands for “For Your Real Entertainment.” On the track, Rule once again explains what went wrong in the Bahamas over an instrumental to Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick’s classic track, “The Show.”

“The festival is on fire/ We don’t need no water, make that motherfucker hotter,” Ja Rule raps on the track. “How about a show of hands if you got your money back?/ I’m just playing, I got sued for that/ 100 mil to be exact/ I know you lack empathy for the one that’s me/ But I too was bamboozled.” Please, take a listen below.

Ja Rule’s new track comes just a month after he was cleared from a $100 million lawsuit regarding his involvement in the botched 2017 festival.

Words by Sarah Osei
Staff Writer