Ja Rule Proclaims His Innocence After The Release Of The Fyre Festival Documentary

Many took the time within the past week to watch the Netflix Hulu released Fyre Festival documentaries. Both docs broke down the infamous Fyre Festival scandal of 2017. The Fyre Festival which was constructed by Billy McFarland was scheduled to take place on the Bahamian island of Great Exuma over two weekends in April and May but turned out to be an absolute disaster, leaving hundreds of people scammed out of thousands of dollars.

While Netflix‘s release was titled FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never HappenedHulu‘s release was named Fyre Fraud and actually featured co-founder Billy McFarland. In the Hulu release McFarland attempted to give his side of the story before being sentenced to six years in federal prison for fraud charges. Ja Rule didn’t participate in either documentary but footage of the rapper and his involvement with the festival was present.

Ja Rule would take to Twitter as the documentary continued to pick up more steam to proclaim his innocence. “I love how ppl watch a doc and think they have all the answers. I too was hustled, scammed, bamboozled, hood winked, lead astray!!!” The New York rapper would continue to tweet out, ” Y’all want it to be me so bad it’s crazy, kinda sad!!! the crazy sh*t is I’m watching the docs in awe myself.”

Have you seen the Fyre Festival documentary? If you haven’t you should check it out available now on Netflix and Hulu.

Check out the tweets below: