One of the most sensational parts of the Fyre Festival documentaries was Andy King's willingness to offer oral sex in exchange for water. The event organizer ultimately managed to get the tanks released from customs without the sexual favor encouraged by the infamous Billy Mcfarland. When asked to comment on the surprising incident, Ja Rule explained that he wasn't present when the plan to turn the trick was initiated.

"I've just seen clips of it. That's it," he said, shaking his head with a slight smile. "Very crazy situation." The rapper has yet to sit down and watch any of the Fyre Festival documentaries in full. 

The failed event followed by its scandal became a lesson for Ja Rule. "For any young visionary or entrepreneur just be hands-on with your stuff, if it's your baby and you want to create something amazing for the world to see, make sure you see it through, make sure you are the one overseeing everything, make sure you are the CEO of the company, even if you are not an experienced CEO," the 42-year-old said.

"You know it is okay to make some mistakes along the way and that's what I learned the most, I am not an experienced CEO and I didn't want to make the mistakes but obviously, the CEO (Billy McFarland) of the company made the biggest mistake of them all. So I learned a lot from the situation and I am just looking forward to the next thing."