Ja Rule and other Fyre Festival organizers have reportedly been criminialized from doing business in a Bahamas


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Fyre
Festival cofounders Billy McFarland and Ja Rule pronounce during the
MusicNotes Conference in Nov 2016.


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The group behind a cursed Fyre Festival have been criminialized from
doing repeat business in a Bahamas, TMZ
reported
, citing sources during a Bahamas Ministry of
Tourism. 

The Fyre Festival, that was ostensible to be a weekend of luxury
and song performances on Great Exuma in a Bahamas, had been
orderly by rapper Ja Rule and tech businessman Billy
McFarland. 


What happened instead
was an epic disaster, with stranded
attendees angry of half-built tents, unsound food and
drinks, and canceled performances.

According to TMZ, a Bahamas tourism house also skeleton to be more
despotic when vetting destiny festivals to be designed there, and
will check in with organizers several times in a process.

Ja Rule and McFarland, who is also a owner of
Magnises
, are now confronting a lawsuit filed on Sunday by
Mark Geragos, a luminary hearing lawyer. The fit was filed in the
US District Court for a Central District of California, and
Geragos is seeking class-action standing with an expected 150
participants. The plaintiff is Daniel Jung.

Jung is accusing a organizers of fraud, crack of contract,
crack of compact of good faith, and negligent
misrepresentation. The lawsuit seeks during slightest $100 million in
damages.

“More troublingly, Mr. McFarland and Mr. Atkins began
privately reaching out to performers and celebrities in advance
of a festival and warned them not to attend — acknowledging the
fact that a festival was outrageously underequipped and
potentially dangerous for anyone in attendance,” a lawsuit
says. “Nevertheless, defendants refused to advise attendees about
a dangerous conditions available them on a island. Defendants
usually ‘canceled’ a eventuality on a morning of a initial day — after
thousands of attendees had already arrived and were


stranded, though food, water, or shelter.”


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Facebook.com/fyrefestival

A horde of supermodels had promoted a festival on social
media, including Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, Emily
Ratajkowski, and Bella Hadid. Blink-182, Major Lazer, Migos,
Tyga, and Disclosure were among a artists scheduled to perform,
according to a festival’s promotions.

Tickets started during $1,200, though reports have pronounced some
attendees paid tighten to or over $100,000 for a weekend.

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