Man Draws Twitter Fury After Admitting to Destroying Tents During Fyre Festival on Netflix
A new Netflix documentary titled "Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened" is drawing the ire of netizens due to the questionable behavior of a certain festival attendee amid what was otherwise a spectacular disaster of an event.
A new Netflix documentary titled “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened” is drawing the ire of netizens due to the questionable behavior of a certain festival attendee amid what was otherwise a spectacular disaster of an event.
The documentary chronicles the story behind the infamous Fyre Festival, a luxury music festival in the Bahamas that failed catastrophically in 2017 after its promises of opulence for guests — who paid upwards of $1,200 for tickets — materialized in the form of disaster relief tents, soggy mattresses and cheese sandwiches in styrofoam trays.
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