Ja Rule was freed from the potential repercussions of Fyre Festival, but that didn’t stop him from writing a song about it. Naming the track after an acronym for the festival(For Your Real Entertainment), the 2000’s rapper spared no reference in the 3-minute track.
“For your real entertainment, I’m ’bout to tell you how that shit went down from the horses mouth / With no D.A. or plaintiffs, but in the people’s court, baby, they’ll hang you like they ancestors,”
“The fest—the festival is on fire / We don’t need no water, make that motherfucker hotter / Hotter than the sun, but it wasn’t that / Show of hands if you got your money back? / Just playing, I got sued for that / 100 mil to be exact.”
“Full sabotage, it ain’t fraud”
From a chorus that plays on the word fire to a shot at people who didn’t get their refunds…to a nod to the sentence his business partner Billy McFarland did endure. This song just May be the receipt he mentioned in his reactive tweets to the Fyre Festival documentaries.
Listen to the whole thing below and stay tuned to see if he really goes through with Fyre festival part II.