DJ Khaled's Wireless Festival No-Show Was Known By Organizers Months Ago


This past weekend saw Wireless Festival take place in London.

DJ Khaled has canceled his scheduled appearance at UK's Wireless Festival on Sunday due to "travel issues".

Sunday, as your timeline surely informed you, Drake popped up in for a surprise set at the Finsbury Park-set festival after it was confirmed that Khaled was a no-go.

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Drake lived up to the hype as he took over the festival stage to celebrate the success of his new album, Scorpion, and performed new tracks including In My Feelings, Mob Ties, and God's Plan.

As fans grew suspicious over the timing of Wireless and DJ Khaled's tweets, a representative for the event has now set the record straight about the situation, in yet more posts on Twitter.

Khaled has yet to explain what exactly forced him to axe the gig, but the travel problem didn't prevent him from sharing photos of his family on vacation in Mexico.

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Eagle-eyed fans noticed that DJ Kahed wasn't even in the United Kingdom and had posted pictures of himself loving life on social media. "In this pic me and my son discussing release date for new anthem".

And then he was on a private jet. "You've really let us down and made me cry on my birthday".

One wrote: "Drake is at #wireless... was a good substitution still".

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Meanwhile, Prince Harry's brother wore his traditional uniform as he attended the service to mark 100 years of the RAF. The Duchess of Sussex opted for a neutral palette with her Roland Mouret dress and black Fendi bag.

As it turns out, Wireless Festival organizers actually knew for months that DJ Khaled wouldn't be able to make it overseas for his previously announced headlining set.