Fyre Festival's Andy just spoke about all the attention he's received since THAT scene 7 months ago

Fyre Festival's Andy just spoke about all the attention he's received since THAT scene

It was... yeah, it was something.

We all remember that scene. We all remember the lengths that Andy King would go to. And we all remember the reactions.

Everyone was so shocked by what Andy would do that a million memes have been made out of him - and he loves them.

Since Fyre Festival: The Greatest Party That Never Happened aired on Netflix we've been in absolute dismay about how it all went so wrong.

It was a total disaster and thousands of people who worked on building it - and we mean the natives of the island - never got paid. It was terrible.

However, now Andy King has made a little video with Netflix to say that he's not actually on any social media platforms and was only recently shown all the memes and tweets about him.

He opened the video with: "I just don't want to be necessarily known as the Blowjob King of the World.

"I'm blown away by the response of the documentary. I'm now a noun, a verb, an adjective. It's mind boggling.

"When someone reached out last weekend and said 'You're trending', and I'm like, 'I don't even know what trending means'. 'People are talking about you'. I'm like 'oh gosh'.

Yesterday, someone was like 'You're a ME ME'. I'm like 'What's a ME ME?' They're like 'No Andy, it's a MEME'.

"After doing a documentary like this and you have your fifteen minutes of fame... what happens next?

"One of our biggest goals obviously, is paying back everybody in the Bahamas, and so it's kind of rewarding that we started a GoFundMe last week to help Maryann and we've committed to that project, and it's met all of its goals and a lot more.

"And now we've started another GoFundMe, which is now focusing on paying back all the labourers and everybody else that was involved in Fyre down in the Bahamas.

"If I can drive positive influences and a lot of positive energy towards you know, social and environmental impact which is what I base my business on then I think I can utilise this moment to do a lot of good."