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Fyre Festival and blink-182’s ongoing lawsuit is finally over
Fyre Festival and blink-182’s ongoing lawsuit is finally over
Fyre Festival and blink-182's ongoing lawsuit is finally over. This week, the failed festival settled its lawsuits with blink-182, Major Lazer, Disclosure, Tyga and Pusha T. Read more: See Awsten Knight tease a new Waterparks song while cutting off his hair Following the complete disaster that was Fyre Festival in 2017, the festival filed various lawsuits...
Fyre Festival’s Billy McFarland is using coronavirus to try to leave prison
Fyre Festival’s Billy McFarland is using coronavirus to try to leave prison
A number of celebrity criminals have been making requests for early release from prison over the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and Fyre Festival's founder Billy McFarland is the latest to make such a request. According to TMZ, his lawyers are arguing the Ohio prison he's staying at is a hotspot for the virus and he should be released early. Read More: H... Read More ...
10 times Alkaline Trio made pop culture references in their music
10 times Alkaline Trio made pop culture references in their music
Chicago punk-rock act Alkaline Trio have been around for over two decades, and their catalog holds tons of references to heartbreak, drugs and pop culture.  In honor of the icons’ seventh album, This Addiction, turning 10 today, we’ve compiled some of our favorite pop culture references across their discography. Check out our l...
Fyre Festival co-founder Ja Rule dismissed from $100 million lawsuit
Fyre Festival co-founder Ja Rule dismissed from $100 million lawsuit
Fyre Festival co-founder and rapper Ja Rule avoided a $100 million lawsuit. A group of festival attendees filed the suit against the CEO and founder, Billy McFarland as well as others involved with the festival. According to a file obtained by Billboard Ja Rule (aka Jeffrey Atkins) and the Fyre Fest Chief Marketing Officer Grant Margolin have been dropped from the case...

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