The older Jenner sister, Kendall is once again in news for promoting Fyre Festival through her social networks. Allegedly, Kendall Jenner sued for promoting a fraud festival that was an initiative of rapper Ja Rule in 2017.
The tickets of this music festival were sold anywhere in between the price range of $20 thousand pesos to $2 million pesos with all the luxuries included. Kendall will have to pay a fine of $90,000 because she had participated in the advertising of this event via her social media account. And, the event never took place.
As per reports, everything was a complete mess and this festival was a scam to collect money from people. Fyre festival never took place although there are claims of Kendall Jenner promoting it on her social media page. Claims also say that for fake promotion of this event, Kendall received a remuneration of $275,000. This sum was given to Kendall Jenner for promoting Fyre Festival on her social media account.
Apart from Kendall Jenner, the other celebrities involved in the promotion of these events were Bella Hadid, who is also charged to pay a fine amount. Nothing was found as promised on the site of this festival. There are complaints of promises like luxurious domes, water, and a meal, etc. remaining unfulfilled because of a “lack of resources.”
Billy McFarland, who is known to be the founder of this festival is already serving a sentence of 6 years for undergoing an electronic fraud. People have complained about how money was taken from them by promises of offering something unique in the name of Fyre Festival and how nothing was offered. This festival promised to be a replacement for Coachella, but nothing turned out to be fruitful.