Fyre Festival founder admits he was 'wrong' in first interview since being released from prison

Fyre Festival's Billy McFarland gives first TV interview since being released from prisonBilly McFarland, the convicted founder behind 2017's Fyre Festival, which rocked social media, is apologizing for his role in controversial music festival"I need to apologize. And that is the first and the last thing that needs to be done," McFarland said. "I let people down. I let down employees. I let down their families. I let down investors. So I need to apologize. I'm wrong and it's bad."GMA, ABC