But when attendees arrived at the Bahamian venue, all they found was chaos — no luxurious housing, no gourmet meals and no musical acts. Festival-goers shared images on social media of their disappointing meals — cheese splayed on bread with a small salad for dinner — and their accommodations, which were little more than relief tents and mattresses. Attendees also complained about the lack of services and overall chaos involved in trying to get to the actual festival, which promised performances by Blink 182, Rae Sremmund, Skepta, Desiigner, Tyga and Pusha T.
Jenner— who recently found herself at the center of a social media storm over a controversial Pepsi ad that was slammed as tone-deaf and has since deleted a promotional Instagram for Fyre Fest — is receiving the harshest criticism out of all the models, with Twitter users often linking Pepsi to the festival.
Fyre Festival issued an apology on Saturday for the chaos that ensued, following co-organizers Ja Rule and Billy McFarland previously issuing separate apologies. The festival promised full refunds for everyone and claimed that they would be back next year for a second Fyre Festival in the U.S.
This story originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.