We were all enthralled by the dumpster fire that was (or wasn't, depending on how you look at it) Fyre Festival, thanks to two documentaries from Hulu and Netflix exposing just how badly organised it really was.
And Fyre's mastermind Billy McFarland may have been done for fraud and sentenced to 6 years in prison, but co-organiser Ja Rule, despite tweeting that he was "bamboozled" too and had nothing to do with it, is thinking about launching Fyre Festival round two.
As TMZ and Consequence Of Sound report, Ja Rule got caught by paparazzi at the airport and he mentioned that there was lots of "opportunity" despite Fyre's huge failure. He said, “I have plans to create the iconic music festival.”
He's also working on the entertainment concierge app ICONN, similar to the original FYRE app.
Well, if Ja is really going for it again, we seriously hope he's at least learnt from some of Billy's mistakes (hopefully all of them).