Fyre Fest Ticket Holders Want Ja Rule Back In $100M Suit

By Ryan Boysen (October 11, 2019, 4:23 PM EDT) -- Just when rapper Ja Rule thought he was out, jilted Fyre Festival ticket holders suing for $100 million are trying to pull him back in, claiming new information shows he was promoting the doomed festival even as he knew it was destined for spectacular failure.

In their request to file an amended complaint, the ticket holders said they've found enough new information to address U.S. District Judge P. Kevin Castel's initial concerns that there wasn't any evidence showing Ja Rule knew for sure that Fyre Festival's glitzy hype would give way to squalid chaos.

Judge Castel dismissed claims against the Queens-born rapper, whose real name is...

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