The much vaunted Frye Festival – advertised as a concert in the Bahamas costing $4000 and upwards – has rapidly become a total disaster, with concertgoers stuck there with no entertainment and deprived conditions barely adequate for the offspring of the top 1% of the population.
Creator Ja Rule is being subject to enormous levels of criticism, but the singer says that is a very short-sighted way to look at it.
“I’m hearing that millions upon millions of people are deriving enormous amounts of pleasure from how the Frye Festival has turned out.”
Though he concedes that some instagram rich kids are enduring what they consider extreme hardship, Ja Rule says that is by no means the end of the story.
“Going by John Stuart Mill’s utilitarian principle which defines good as that which brings the greatest joy to the greatest number, this is the most successful music festival of all time!”
With organizers are now sending empty planes to the Bahamas to rescue the entitled concertgoers, many people who are thoroughly enjoying the festival are questioning if this is the right move.
“Wouldn’t the more ethical choice be to leave all those trust fund babies stranded there with some film crews?”