If you've seen the Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened on Netflix one moment really stands out. In one scene Fyre producer Andy King claimed Fyre founder Billy McFarland approached him and asked him to give a customs official a blowjob in exchange for drinking water for the festival.
King went to the officials' office fully ready to give him a blowjob. The whole act proved to be unnecessary, and King was designated as a hero by the internet for what he was willing to do.
However, with the internet being what it is the memes came fast and were not in short supply.
Like this job interview scenario.
Or these Evian memes.
The memes all play on the notion that King was willing to go above and beyond to get things done.
Some of them even rhymed.
They have been everywhere.
Well, earlier today Netflix tweeted this interview with King. He starts by saying he was "blown away" with the reaction to the documentary.
He was a good sport about his virality and added that with this new found viral fame he wanted to spin it into something positive especially to help the local Bahamians affected by the Fyre Festival.
One of our biggest goals, obviously, is paying back all the people in the Bahamas. If I could drive positive influences and a lot of positive energy towards social and environmental impact, then I think I can utilize this moment to do a lot of good.