He's embarked on the defensive by repudiating the "half-baked" vision of the documentaries released days apart from one another: Fyre Fraud on Hulu and Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened on Netflix.
McFarland was sentenced to six years in prison in October. But in the documentary, she revealed that she was never paid for her services.
His Twitter screed devolved into angry responses directed at those criticizing him, and retweets of a woman appearing to imply that the Bahamian caterer who did not get paid for her work on the festival (inspiring a recent GoFundMe) should also not be be trusted and is partially to blame for the fallout. McFarland is interviewed in the Hulu documentary. The interviews provide humorous, shocking, and, at times, heartbreaking details about their experience helping set up the event and how it has affected them (and continues to do so). He asked us if we would pay him $125,000. Maryann and her crew, like many others on the island, didn't receive pay from festival organizers. "It was a hard decision but we had to walk away for that reason". "If we wanna go fuckin' see the pigs, we go see the pigs".
"I can't tell you the amount", Furst told The Ringer. It was less than that.
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To get the most objective take: Neither While both films tackle the festival with a darkly humorous attitude, leaving nearly no question untouched, both make questionable journalistic choices. "We know the person is a compulsive liar". Once you do that you will see all of the wild components of the festival and then understand why Ja Rule has been catching hell on social media since Friday. He did start giving his own responses on the matter through Twitter. I don't follow Bella Hadid or Kendal Jenner on IG. Both documentaries show Ja Rule co-directing the initial marketing campaign behind the festival.
Mashable reports that both Ja Rule and Billy McFarland were aware of the impending disaster that would happen. As a result, Ja Rule tweeted his responses saying, "I love how ppl watch a doc and think they have all the answers", and "I had an incredible vision to create a festival like NO OTHER!" That's not fraud. That is... "That is, uh, I would call that false advertising".
The New York rapper critiqued both Hulu and Netflix for paying individuals responsible for the festival to be involved in the documentaries. "I heard they paid him somewhere btw 100 to 250 [thousand]... that money was supposed to go to the locals by LAW..."