Netflix's unbelievable Fyre Fest documentary has inspired some wild memes

19 January 2019, 19:59

Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Netflix premiered 'Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened' and people are blown away by the documentary which chronicles the disastrous brainchild of Billy McFarland and Ja Rule. People have memed their reaction to the documentary.

Netflix's unbelievable new doc, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, chronicles the incredible events that led up to one of 2017's truly bizarre failures: Fyre Festival. The documentary covers the various ways in which the event was mismanaged and viewers have already immortalised the chaos of the documentary with some incredible memes.

Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened explains how Billy McFarland, the CEO of Fyre Media, bungled the festival, which was aimed at influencers and exclusive partygoers. The footage depicts the months and weeks leading up to the failed event and paints a chaotic picture that is reinforced by employee and attendee interviews.

People can't seem to get over how wild the whole ordeal was and the memes capture the chaos perfectly.

People were living for the two Fyre Fest docs on Hulu and Netflix shading each other.

Netflix and Hulu released docs mere days apart and people are living for the meta pettiness of the competing films.

And the drama of The Greatest Party That Never Happened had people on the edge of their seats.

Folks couldn't believe their ears when Andy opened up about what Billy allegedly asked him to do for water.

Andy's story was easily one of the top 5 wildest moments in the film.

Some of the revelations were just too much to handle.

Besides all the memes, people were heartbroken over the story of Maryann Rolle.

The restaurant owner revealed in the doc that she'd had to give up her savings to ensure the people who had worked to prepare food for the festival were paid what they were owed. Maryann opened up about how she'd lost $50,000 of her life savings in the entire fiasco and people were heartbroken for her.

Thankfully, people who watched the documentary have been giving to her GoFundMe page which now has over $50,000 in donations.