The thirst is real.
Fyre Festival‘s breakout star Andy King is continuing to cash in on his viral success after he said he was willing to “suck d–k” to make sure festivalgoers got Evian water they ordered for the defunct event.
The water company announced on Friday they were partnering with King, an event producer who was hired by fraudster Billy McFarland.
“The brand is honoring Mr. King by creating a custom Evian water bottle which includes a new slogan that states, ‘so good you’d do anything for it,'” they said in a press release.
In Netflix’s “Fyre” documentary, which came out in January 2019, King infamously said he was ready to “take one big thing for the team” in order to retrieve water that was being held at customs in the Bahamas. The admission immediately went viral.
Evian also launched a contest on Friday, in which 10 participants can win one of the custom bottles from King.
“Who’s thirsty!?” King jokingly said about the announcement on Instagram. “On the one year anniversary of my doc debut, @evianwater is releasing a special bottle with a new slogan… all in honor of my infamous team spirit.”
Since the release of “Fyre,” King revealed he has also gotten TV offers and movie cameos.