Fyre Festival Man Reacts To All The Blowjob Memes About Him

We finally have answers.

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In case you haven’t caught up, the Internet’s latest Netflix obsession is Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, a documentary about the disastrous Fyre Festival that left 400+ influencers and rich kids (tickets were USD500 – USD1500, with the highest tier costing USD12,000) stranded at the Bahamas with inadequate food and shelter.

The breakout star of the show was undoubtedly Andy King, who said the following during his interview:

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Andy King was the event producer for the festival. When the supply of Evian water was held up by the customs officials in the Bahamas, Fyre co-founder Billy MacFarland had apparently told Andy to “take one for the team” and perform oral sex on the head of customs, so that they’d release the water.

The officials were planning to release the water for USD$175,000 in cash.

Billy MacFarland, who was sentenced to six years in federal prison for fraud, apparently said:

“Well, you’re our wonderful gay leader and we need you to go down, will you suck dick to fix this water problem?”

“If you… get him to clear all of the containers with water, you will save this festival.”

This clearly crosses a professional line, not to mention that it’s degrading and completely disrespectful. So the Internet was justifiably shook when Andy King was actually prepared to carry it through.

“I literally drove home, took a shower, I drank some mouth wash, and I got into my car to drive across the island to take one for the team,” he recounted.

And a new meme was born.

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So anyway, he’s aware that he has gone viral. And has, in fact, seen all the memes.  Here he is talking about his newfound fame in a new interview with Netflix.

“I just don’t want to be necessarily known as the Blowjob King of the world,” he starts off. But he remained good-humoured about the whole situation, saying that he was blown away by the reactions.

He ended off the interview by directing viewers to the GoFundMe campaign, which aims to raise funds to pay back the people in Bahamas for their work on the festival.

“If I can drive positive influences and a lot of positive energy towards social and environmental impact, which is what I base my business on, then I think I can utilise this moment to do a lot of good,” he concludes.

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