Kyle Kennedy speaks out.
Thank God it's Friday! And thank God for the Fyre Festival!
The luxury music festival was an epic and utter FAIL, and social media still hasn't gotten enough of the complete disaster that unfolded in the Bahamas Thursday night.
With acts cancelling their performances, people scrounging around for food, and feral dogs eyeing their prey from the distance, concertgoers were left with nothing more than a raging desire to return to their homes ASAP.
The rest of us, from behind the safety of our computer screens, gleefully watched a bunch of millennial trust fund babies get mildly inconvenienced for 24 hours. And. It. Was. HILARIOUS.
Take another look at some of the best reactions to the mess (below)!
The Fyre Festival is facing even more heat!
As we've reported, the failed "luxury" music festival organized by Ja Rule and tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland was "fully postponed" after concertgoers arrived to embarrassingly horrendous conditions on the Exuma island of the Bahamas on Friday.
For many of the attendees, the Fyre experience was sold to them via the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Hailey Baldwin, and other high-profile influencers (AKA Instagram models) who promoted it on social media.
For instance, take a look at this now-laughable marketing video for the "transformative weekend" (below):
What a mess!!
As we've been reporting, the Fyre Festival has come to a complete halt AKA was "fully postponed" after concertgoers arrived to horrendous conditions on the Exuma island of the Bahamas.
In case you didn't know, the lavish weekend was organized by Ja Rule and entrepreneur Billy McFarland, and it now has guests wondering if it was all a scam, especially as they're all currently stranded on the mainland with no way home.
They apparently don't even have sleeping accommodations!
Well, the rapper has finally decided to speak out on the disaster. He took to Twitter on Friday, writing:
RaeLynn has come a long way since her days on The Voice!
On Thursday, the country crooner stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers to perform her hit, Love Triangle. And, boy, were we blown away!
This appearance on the show marks the blonde stunner's first late night TV performance and, it's safe to say, she totally nailed it. The songstress clearly enjoyed her time on the chat show as she took to Twitter to share a selfie featuring Mr. Meyers himself (above).
We're expecting big things from the 22-year-old as she's in the middle of headlining her own tour. Be sure to ch-ch-check out RaeLynn's memorable performance for yourself (below)!
Forgive him, Courtney, for Father John Misty has produced one blasphemous music video!
The indie rocker dropped a cray new video for his song Total Entertainment Fever this week, which features fallen ‘90s heroes, crucifixion, and McDonald's Nazis.
The bizarre plot starts with George Washington playing a Virtual Reality game as Kurt Cobain (AKA Macaulay Culkin dressed in the rocker's iconic white glasses and green cardigan). Mac-Kurt gets arrested by a group of fast food fascists and, at the hands of their hook-handed leader (Misty), gets crucified.
Strangely enough, Mac-Kurt-Christ gets placed between a sax-playing Bill Clinton and an unimpressed Jon Arbuckle (Garfield's owner). Oh, and George Washington gets electrocuted by the game and turns into a charred pile of bones.
This nutty video is sure to offend some with it's imagery of Ronald McHitler crucifying "The King of the Chicks." Cobain's widow Courtney Love however, thinks the video is "weird" and "fine."
When asked what she thought of the vid, the 52-year-old told World Of Wonder:
The rappers are known for having made homophobic and misogynistic remarks in the past. Most notably, when Atlanta rapper iLoveMakonnen came out, Quavo said, "This world is not right."
They later issued an apology on Twitter:
But Katy's being grilled because, as an ally to the LGBT community, this looks like hypocrisy on her part. And just last month she received a National Equality Award at the Human Rights Campaign gala.
Not to mention her Twitter bio has her describing herself as "Artist. Activist. Conscious."
People on social media did not go easy on the pop star over this latest incident: