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Wireless Festival: Drake headlines as DJ Khaled pulls out over 'travel issues'

Wireless Festival: Drake headlines as DJ Khaled pulls out over 'travel issues'

But Wireless had promised that they were working on something special "that won't disappoint" to compensate for Khaled missing the event.

According to reports, the 31-year-old was meant to be joining Giggs and DJ Khaled at the annual festival, but now perhaps he'll headline instead.

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.

Early on Sunday morning, he posted a picture of the pool area at night, along with the caption: "Still in the pool!" Still, Khaled's cancellation left a sour taste for many in the crowd, as he posted photos of himself saying he was still on vacation.

"Ain't he meant to be at Wireless today?"




"Have some respect for your fans", wrote one follower.

The DJ's decision to pull out of performing is said to be down to get there, as Wireless tweeted he was caught up with 'travel issues'.

The mere fact that he's actually at Wireless will have many fans hyped and rightly so after a brilliantly energetic show.

The Wireless Festival was held on the weekend of Friday July 6 - July 8, and had Nigeria's Davido performing on the second day of the event alongside other worldwide acts like Stormzy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Migos.

Davido is a global star whose music keeps breaking boundaries and his performance at the Wireless Festival in London over the weekend goes a long way to prove that.


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