The “Fyre Festival”in Bahamas was canceled because organizers failed to deserve


By Friday morning, the festival, founded by the rapper Ja Rule and the tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland, was in damage-control mode. All contributed to this situation, including a lack of proper water systems and transportation. “Not one thing that was promised on the website was delivered,” said not only one but the majority of participants. “It was just chaos. Nobody ever came in to check us in to our accommodations, if you can call it that, so they had no idea who was there and who wasn’t,” it’s another description of the full story In an interview, Mr. McFarland, 25, one of the festival’s founders, called Friday “the hardest day of my life.” All customers for both weekends will be fully refunded, Mr. McFarland added. Ja Rule, his co-founder for this event, insisted that “Fyre Festival was not meant to be a scam.” The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism referred to the festival’s “disorganization and chaos”:  “ We offer a heartfelt apology to all who traveled to our country for this event.”


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