“We apologise for the disappointment and inconvenience this has caused our customers.”
Despite People Screaming “NO,” A Startup Is Sending Students To An Apparently COVID-19–Safe Campus Resort
The U Experience claims it's received a flood of excited applicants, but people online are wary. Some are calling the idyllic venture "Fyre University."
The artists are an amazing list of late '90s and 2000s nostalgia, but fans say something is fishy with the "Lovers and Friends" festival.
The announcement comes two days after dozens of meme accounts promoted Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s campaign.
If the summer of scam hadn’t already ended, Bong Joon-ho’s new movie delivers it a fatal kick down the stairs. (Light spoilers ahead.)
“We are not interested in, nor will we tolerate any involvement in a [Fyre Festival] 2.0,” the organizers said.
King says he was told, "Without that scene, there isn't a documentary." So he, um, took one for the team.
Si estás INTRIGADÍSIMO con todo lo del Fyre Festival, no te pierdas la presentación que lo inició todo
Si ya viste el documental de Netflix o el de Hulu entonces seguro quieres saber MÁS.
The presentation that started it all.
Andy King is the real MVP.
"So was Fyre Festival basically just Krabby Land 2.0"?
The original tweets.
Things can get a lot more bleak than a bad cheese sandwich, folks.
Ja Rule broke out the thesaurus and Twitter broke out the memes.
Prosecutors had sought a sentence of 15–20 years, describing McFarland in their sentencing memorandum as "the consummate con artist."
But his partner, Ja Rule, maintains that the "idea was fucking beyond brilliant."
Billy McFarland allegedly sold nearly $100,000 in bogus tickets to exclusive events such as Coachella, the Grammy Awards, and a dinner with LeBron James.
I cast a spell on (Ja Rule).
Federal prosecutors accused Billy McFarland of promising a "'life-changing' music festival," when instead he delivered "a disaster."
"We're not firing anybody, we're just letting you know there will be no payroll in the short term," Billy McFarland said.
She's v apologetic.
"You always have to be upping your game because the competition is so fierce."
The college dropout from New Jersey has a knack for promising lavish and luxurious services aimed at rich and elite clientele, often falling short on what was pledged.
Ja Rule, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?
"When you go to Fyre Festival expecting Ja Rule, but it turns out to be Ashanti town."
"Time to fyre your agent, Kendall."
"CUT MY TRUST FUND INTO PIECES. I WAS PROMISED A RESORT."
Ja Rule, who helped organize the festival, said the festival was not intended to be a scam, and that he’s working to refund guests’ money.