It’s been almost exactly a year since the “luxury” music festival called Fyre Festival was “fully postponed” (read: canceled forever) after ticket holders found themselves stranded in the Bahamas with nothing but a few tents and some really sad cheese sandwiches. Now, Hulu has picked up a multipart documentary about the whole debacle, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Fyre Festival was launched by Fyre Media, a startup owned by Ja Rule and a 20-something entrepreneur named Billy McFarland. The event was a complete disaster that was poorly managed from the start and advertised primarily by Instagram influencers. Kendall Jenner was reportedly paid $250,000 for one Instagram post about the event, which she deleted as soon as everyone…
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Author: Lizzie Plaugic
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