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.
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.
Also- Justin Liao in #Fyre doco – it’s psychopathic enough to piss on mattresses and ruin tents “to avoid having neighbours” but to still be kinda proud of your he-man behaviour that you practically giggle about it ON CAMERA and hand over footage for a doco to use?! #FyreFestival
Wow, this #FyreFestival doc is an eye-opener.
Hard to feel sorry for truly awful people like Justin Liao (who trashed the tents around him just because he ‘didn’t want neighbours’)
Privilege at its absolute worst, he is lucky he will never be in a genuine refugee/crisis situation pic.twitter.com/kkH5HDmULy
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