Fyre Festival's Andy King Is The Star Of New Evian Water Ad
A year ago, Netflix dropped a documentary called FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened. It was incredible and, what's more, we were introduced to a man who would go on to become one of the greatest memes in internet history - Andy King.
The documentary saw him make an unexpectedly frank confession about the lengths he was prepared to go to, in order to fix an issue with the disastrous festival's supply of water.
And now he's the new face of an Evian advertisement. Well, why not?
Basically, Evian is honouring King by creating a custom water bottle which includes the slogan: 'So good you'd do anything for it'.
King, of course, proved he was pretty much willing to do anything to keep Fyre Festival on track, even as the event was falling apart around him.
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The founder of the fraudulent festival, Billy McFarland, reached out to King to save the day - asking him to perform oral sex on the Head of Customs after they asked for $175,000 (£130,000) to release four 18-wheeler trucks filled with Evian water.
King explained in the doc: "I got into my car, to drive across the island to take one for the team. And I got to [the customs officer's] office, fully prepared to suck his d***." That's loyalty for you.
For a chance to win one of the 10 custom bottles, all users need to do is follow Andy on Instagram and tag a friend in the comments between Friday 17 January and Saturday 18 January (11.59pm Eastern Time / 04:59am GMT). Winners will be selected the week of 20 January.
If you wanted to know the end of the story - i.e. did he give the customs officer a blowie or not - it turned out that he didn't have to because the man he was going to see 'couldn't have been nicer'.
Phew, close call.
Featured Image Credit: Netflix