It seems like the disastrous events of Fyre Festival haven't scared Ja Rule away from wanting to host his own massive. The 43-year-old rapper maintained on the Wendy Williams Show yesterday that things could have been different under the right circumstances.

"Sometimes you get in bad situations and wrong partners, as we know," he said. "You gotta reset and do it right with the right people." As ambitious as Ja Rule is, we're not so sure another festival hosted by the rapper would go over well with the public, previous attendees, and those who work for Fyre Festival.

Ja Rule defends himself in his interview with Williams, as the rapper states that no one would have given him credit if things "went off without a hitch," insinuating that the failure of Fyre Festival should not be put on him. Check out Ja Rule's entire interview below.

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