The rapper also slams Hulu for paying his former partner, Billy McFarland.
Chris Smith of American Movie fame crafts a nearly flawless documentary on the social media trainwreck of the Fyre Festival.
Hulu unveils Fyre Fraud documentary, featuring interview with disgraced founder Billy McFarland: Watch
Hulu has unveiled its own documentary on the failed Fyre Fest — days before rival Netflix is set to premiere a competing film.
Director Chris Smith explores the greatest festival disaster of the millennial age.
McFarland pleaded guilty to multiple counts of fraud.
McFarland pleaded guilty to selling fake tickets to major events, including Coachella and the Super Bowl.
Founder Billy McFarland, meanwhile, is sitting in a jail cell.
McFarland is accused of operating a sham business that sold “bogus” tickets for Coachella, the Grammys, and Super Bowl LII.
The story of the criminally disastrous event will be told in the new multi-part series, set to premiere in 2019.
McFarland also faces 40 years in a federal prison after pleading guilty to two counts of federal wire fraud.
Billy McFarland could be sentenced to a maximum of 40 years in federal prison.
Billy McFarland is accused of misleading investors with falsified documents and financial information.