Fyre Festival Slammed With $100m Lawsuit After Turning Out To Be Scamming Guests

Festivals are the peak of events that fans anticipate all year long to release all their leisure time and energy in.

The ones that take place abroad usually cost a significant sum of money but in return promise an extravagant time and an exciting atmosphere that attendees can remember for life.

The Fyre Festival was promoted to be a one in a life time experience that would offer an unparalleled experience of music and facilities on an exotic island.

Ja Rule and co-organizer Billy McFarland have started the idea up and have spent months advertising for what they called an “amazing event”.

The Hunger Games of festivals

“Majority speaks for itself” according to this saying, the festival turned out to be a complete and utter disappointment for all attendees.

The complaint that has been filed against the organizers on Sunday in a California district court stipulated that all elements promised in the promotion didn’t hold up to the standards.

According to the blueprint: “The festival’s lack of adequate food, water, shelter and medical care created a dangerous and panicked situation among attendees — suddenly finding themselves stranded on a remote island without basic provisions — that was closer to ‘The Hunger Games’ or ‘Lord of the Flies’ than Coachella”

“Posh” Music Festival

Rumors have emerged that the organizers have warned their celebrity friends of the miserable conditions that will take place on the island to prevent them from going.

What was supposed to be a posh music festival, resulted in chaos with angry fans and even an emergency situation where no medical facilities or equipment where in close proximity.

According to the website nydailynews “The lawsuit accuses Ja Rule and McFarland of fraud and breach of contract. It demands a jury trial and more than $100,000,000 paid to patrons who join the suit.”

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