The luxurious festival planned by Ja Rule promised fans the ultimate experience, but as you can see in the above Twitter post, all they got was a deserted island, and people were pissed.
The backlash was real, but Kendall Jenner copped it extra hard as she was a promoter and ambassador for the event, receiving thousands of dollars with each post she put on social media.
But now, there is a lawsuit that may cost Kendall millions. According to claims, co-organiser Billy McFarland has been involved in scam deals before.
According to a law professor at the University of Minnesota, Kendall Jenner and the other "ambassadors" will most likely face millions in damages.
"In the offline world, there is precedent for such claims. For example, door-to-door salespersons using deceptive high-pressure tactics could be personally liable for fraud or violating commercial code, right alongside the company that employed them.
"Accordingly, the plaintiffs here are arguing that Fyrefest is the Instagram equivalent of door-to-door sales fraud."
One of Kendall's now deleted posts promoting the event claimed, "So hyped to announce my G.O.O.D. Music Family as the first headliners for @fyrefestival. Get tix now at fyrefestival.com VIP access for my followers... use promo code KJONFYRE for the next 24 hours to get on the list for the artist and talent afterparty on FyreCar."
Neither Ja Rule or Kendall have yet to apologise to fans, instead, Kendall posted a topless selfie of herself the day after.