Approached in an airport terminal, Herrin explained why she didn’t have any real beef with Rule over the festival’s turnout.
“I got really lucky. I had a great time in the Bahamas. I got to leave the main tent apocalypse area around like midnight before it got really dark and sketchy. I heard rumors of feral dogs but I cannot say that I witnessed any feral dogs. [Did I enjoy myself?] I did. I had an awfully good time. I kinda felt bad about it but I had a lot of fun. … I’m praying for Ja Rule’s comeback. I feel bad for the guy. I think he did it with the best intentions and I think it’s terrible how it worked out. Awful. I think it’s terrible what happened to everybody but I don’t think he meant to f*ck over a bunch of young kids. I think he wanted to throw an amazing festival in the Bahamas.” (TMZ)
Herrin made sure to flood her Instagram page with pics from the festival outing.
Yesterday, details surfaced on a massive Fyre Festival $100 million lawsuit.
Shortly thereafter, a class-action lawsuit representing attendees was filed against Ja Rule, co-founder Billy McFarland and Fyre Media, the company that runs Fyre Festival. Geragos & Geragos, a firm that has represented high-profile clients such as Chris Brown and Michael Jackson, is handling the case. (CNBC)
— Ben Meiselas (@meiselasb) May 1, 2017
This past weekend, Rule’s rap rival 50 Cent clowned him over the festival nightmare.
— Ja Rule (@jarule) April 28, 2017