Sadderday: Ja Rule hit with class action lawsuit over alleged Fyre Festival “scam”

RUN THEM POCKETS… 
 
Ja Rule’s OGs probably should have advised him to stay quietly tucked away in the shadows of the yester-year’s tastemakers as the embattled Hip-Hop hitter is now at the center of a messy lawsuit for his part in hosting a Survivor-like alternative to Coachella…

 

BRUHHHH…

 

It seems the 41-year-old “Livin It Up,” spitter might want to take refuge in one of the disaster relief tents he and the organizers behind the failed Fyre Festival provided for high-rolling attendees of what was supposed to be a two-weekend long “cultural moment created from an alchemic blend of music, art and food,” on a private island in the Bahamas… As a concertgoer is suing him and business partner, Billy McFarland, for “scamming” festival guests out of thousands of dollars… 

DAMNNNN… 

As previously reported on Cheekywiki, on Friday, Ja and his team were dragged through social media outhouse filth for offering Fyre Festival ticket holders–who paid between $1K to $100K for a paradise-based celebration of music and artistry– shabby lodging, cold cheese sandwiches, and a lack of water, electricity, and security. 
 
WELL.. 

A newly issued class action lawsuit filed by celebrity attorney Mark Geragos, obtained by TMZ, calls the festival a get-rich-quick scheme and alleges that the “I Cry” crooner and his business cohort knew their “exotic” answer to Coachella would crash-and-burn months in advance… 

 

Ja Rule Fyre Festival
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The suit reportedly goes on to troll Ja Rule and Billy for leaving concertgoers virtually stranded on the island with wild animals roaming the festival grounds and shames the pair for lying about the “luxury accommodations” they promised their well-to-do guests…

Rule and his Fyre Festival big homie are also being accused of warning the show’s headliners–which would have been Blink 182, Migos, Pusha T, Disclosure, Major Lazer, Kaytranada, and more– NOT to attend the concert because they knew it would end in tragedy. 

 

SHEEEEEESH… 

Last week, the raspy-voiced former H.N.I.C. of Murder Inc. Records took to Twitter voicing his great sorrow over the failed festival and assuring the world that the showcase was not a “scam” concocted to rob music lovers of their money..

 

 

On Sunday, Ja jumped back on the digital scene assuring everyone that all the showgoers are now safe and have been provided with documents to file for a refund…

So far, the “Mesmerized,” spitter has not publicly commented on the class action lawsuit. 
 
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By : Asia Grace        

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