Last week as groups on chartered private jets and other affluent party-goers descended on Exuma in The Bahamas they were expecting to party on yachts with models, stay in luxury tents and sip designer cocktails. Blink-182, Migos, Lil Yachty, and Major Lazer were scheduled to perform. The remote location would make it more exclusive than Coachella and packages for the weekend cost up to $12,000, according to reports. Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid promoted the Fyre Festival via social media and Ja Rule was a founder and investor. What the partygoers found when they arrived was the acts had canceled, apparently not paid, mattresses but no tents and bread and cheese sandwiches that looked suited for a third grader’s lunch box.