The merch is Fyre: A Fyre Festival pop-up shop opened in NYC, and of course it sold out
Fyre Festival will never die. Thanks to a new group of New York entrepreneurs, anyone lucky enough to have attended the one-night NYC pop-up shop can see that the Ja-Rule and Billy McFarland failure will withstand the test of time — forever sewn into the seams of its very own commemorative merch.
Of course, Fyre Festival’s founder, Billy McFarland, plead guilty to federal wire fraud and has been ordered to pay back $26 million to his investors after duping thousands on the promises of the luxury festival paradise. McFarland also faces up to 40 years on top of $100 million worth of civil lawsuits and it it weren’t already bad enough for the guy, Hulu has been confirmed to be commemorating the disaster in its very own documentary series.
While it remains uncertain as to whether the merchandise is legitimate, or if someone’s just trying to make a quick buck at the expense of meme culture there’s no denying that the merch is fyre.
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