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Event Producer Who Said He Was “Fully Prepared” To Give Blowjob To Save Fyre Festival, Says He Wants To Use Fame To Pay Back People In Bahamas But Doesn’t Want To Be Known As “Blowjob King Of The World”

Earlier this month, Netflix released its highly-anticipated Fyre Festival documentary, “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened,” which detailed the events leading up to and after Billy McFarland’s failed Fyre Festival of 2017. 

Upon the premiere, the documentary, which featured interviews with McFarland’s associates, including the employees involved in his fraudulent companies, the financiers who funded the botched event, as well as festival staff, contractors and attendees, received positive reviews. In fact, as word traveled about the film’s content, one participant, in particular, went on to become a viral sensation over his willingness to provide sexual favors to help save the failed festival. 

And now, he’s speaking out about it.

In a recent interview with Netflix, Andy King, one of the event producers, opened up about going viral after he revealed McFarland asked him to offer oral sex to a Customs officer in the Bahamas to get a water shipment released for the festival. 

“I’m blown away with the responses of the documentary,” King said. “Completely blown away. I’m now a noun, a verb, an adjective. It’s mind-boggling. I just don’t want to be necessarily known as the blowjob king of the world.” 

Although King doesn’t have social media, he said someone told him he was “trending.” 

“And I’m like, I don’t even know what ‘trending’ means,” King said. “‘People are talking about you.’ I’m like, oh my gosh. Yesterday someone was saying, ‘You’re a me-me.’ I’m like, ‘What’s a me-me?’ They’re like, ‘No, Andy, it’s a meme.”

Despite the awkward circumstances surrounding his newfound fame, he’s looking to use it for some good. 

“One of our biggest goals, obviously, is paying back everybody in the Bahamas,” he said. “If I can drive positive influences and a lot of positive energy towards social and environmental impact, then i think I can utilize this moment to do a lot of good.”

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