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Ja Rule Is Planning Another Fyre Festival, Says It's Going To Be "Iconic"

Just when you thought that all the hot gossip surrounding Fyre Festival was over — think again!

Ja Rule is back to stir the pot in a major way.

Did you get around to watching the "Fyre" documentary on Netflix?

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If not, you need to get on it. I promise that you won't regret it.

It's widely known that the Fyre Festival was a complete and total disaster.

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But as the saying goes, if at first you don't succeed, try, try again.

Fyre co-founder, Ja Rule, is living by that motto, apparently.

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TMZ stopped him while he was at LAX, and he spilled some piping hot tea.

Ja-Rule admitted that he hasn't gotten around to watching either documentary about the festival yet.

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He didn't rule them out, however, and said that he'd get around to watching them one day.

"In the midst of chaos, there's opportunity," he told TMZ.

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He revealed that he had been busy working on his new app, but that's not all that he's been up to.

"It was the most iconic festival that never was," he said.

"I have plans to create the iconic music fest, but you didn't hear it from me," he said before laughing and running away.

You have to admire his determination.

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Meanwhile, Ja Rule's business partner, Billy McFarland, is headed to prison and is also facing a $2.8 million lawsuit, according to TMZ.

All we really want to know is if Andy King is going to take part in Fyre 2.0.

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And if so, can we put Ja Rule in charge of picking up the water this time?