Newswire: Blink-182’s Matt Skiba says his pagan energy destroyed Fyre Fest

Fyre Festival is likely to go down as one of the great boondoggles in music fest history, stranding a bunch of upwardly mobile party goers in their own private, wristband-powered version of the Hunger Games. But while organizer Ja Rule—and especially his co-founder, recently arrested New York entrepreneur Billy McFarland—have been the largest targets of criticism for the Fest’s disastrous tent-city outcome, another culprit has come forward to accept some of the blame: Blink-182 and Alkaline Trio singer-guitarist Matt Skiba, and his amazing sorcerous powers.

Per Rolling Stone, Skiba recently gave an interview in which he disparaged the festival—which Blink-182 dropped out of shortly before it was set to kick off—saying, “I had a bad feeling about that event.” Thus wigged out, he brought the dark magics that are his right—as the scion of not just one, but two pop punk institutions—to bear …

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