Fyre Festival Latest: Ja Rule Says “All Guests Are Safe”

All attendees are now off the island and seeking refunds.

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Ja Rule has once again apologized to all those who paid thousands of dollars to attend the disastrous Fyre Festival this past weekend. Having already clarified that the event was "NOT A SCAM" after the festival went viral for all the wrong reasons, Ja Rule tweeted yesterday (April 30) to confirm that the last of the guests had left Great Exumas in the Bahamas. He added that all ticket holders are now in a position to apply for a refund.


Similarly, an apology from the Fyre Festival team was tweeted out on Sunday evening. “We're heartbroken that we let down all the guests who put their faith in us,” the statement reads. “To our guests and staff—thank you again for your all patience as we navigate our next steps. We owe you an apology.”





In an interview with Rolling Stone, Fyre Festival founder and Ja Rule's business partner, Billy McFarland promised the festival will return in 2018.

Fyre Festival Latest: Ja Rule Says “All Guests Are Safe”