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Ja Rule Continues Pumping Fyre Festival NFTs

Most public figures would distance themselves from a fraudulent business but not Ja Rule. On March 26th I posted about Ja Rule promoting a digital poster from Fyre festival. He’s back for more, this time with a tweet for sale. The tweet, which is the infamous photo of an awful meal provided by the organizers during the fiasco, is being sold with a target price of $80,000. So far the bidding has jumped to a massive $0. That said given the greater fool theory, there may just be somebody who finds it worthwhile to bid on this garbage. It’s honestly kind of ridiculous that Ja Rule’s entire brand primarily revolves around a fraudulent business. He could create music but it seems like he has completely given up on that career. Anywho, if you are interested in bidding on this, you can view it on OpenSea.
Fyre Festival Tweet

Most public figures would distance themselves from a fraudulent business but not Ja Rule. On March 26th I posted about Ja Rule promoting a digital poster from Fyre festival. He’s back for more, this time with a tweet for sale.

The tweet, which is the infamous photo of an awful meal provided by the organizers during the fiasco, is being sold with a target price of $80,000. So far the bidding has jumped to a massive $0. That said given the greater fool theory, there may just be somebody who finds it worthwhile to bid on this garbage.

It’s honestly kind of ridiculous that Ja Rule’s entire brand primarily revolves around a fraudulent business. He could create music but it seems like he has completely given up on that career. Anywho, if you are interested in bidding on this, you can view it on OpenSea.

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