- In Netflix’s new documentary about Fyre Festival, it was revealed that the festival creators never paid a significant number of workers.
- First a GoFundMe page raised over $ 200,000 for caterer Maryann Rolle.
- Now another page is trying to crowd source $ 400,000 for the local day laborers who worked overtime to build out infrastructure on the Bahamian island.
As revealed in Netflix’s new documentary “FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened,” the Fyre Festival creators left dozens of local Bahamian day laborers unpaid despite their overtime work in the weeks leading up to the event.
Now a GoFundMe page, promoted by at least one of the men involved with planning Fyre Festival, is attempting to raise $ 400,000 for the day laborers and other local workers who were left with nothing.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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