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Supermodels Bella Hadid (fourth from left) and Kendall Jenner (fifth from left), seen here at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, were among the influencers paid five- to six-figure sums to promote Fyre Festival.

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Instead of the chef cuisine promised by the organisers, the festival attendees were given sandwiches for dinner. This tweeted image of a cheese sandwich went viral.

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The festival goers were given basic tents with wet mattresses and muddy floors.

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Fyre co-founder Billy McFarland is now in jail.

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The promotional video shot in the Bahamas with supermodels misled many.

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Fyre co-founders Ja Rule (left) and Billy McFarland have been slammed with lawsuits.

No smoke without Fyre

Two documentaries on the infamous Fyre Festival reveal the ugly truth of social media
Feb 15, 2019 5:50 AM

PERHAPS NOT BY CHANCE, streaming services Netflix and Hulu recently released a documentary each on the now infamous Fyre Festival of 2017. Co-founded by rapper Ja Rule and entrepreneur Billy McFarland, the luxury music festival was touted to be the “biggest entertainment event of the decade”,

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