Featherweight postpones a series of concerts, was he threatened?

Featherweight could be living one of the darkest moments of his life, because days after he was threatened by a criminal group, the singer postponed a series of concerts without giving reasons.

It is worth remembering that Peso Pluma received threats from a criminal group in Tijuana, which warned him not to appear in that city on October 14.

The Tijuana authorities have already spoken out on the matter, Monserrat Caballero, mayor of that city, said that the threats against the singer are being investigated and assured that if the event represents a danger to people it could be canceled.

It was through his social networks that Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija, which is the real name of Featherweight, announced the news that disconcerted his fans, as he did not give further details or explanations of the reasons.

“These dates were NOT cancelled, they were just postponed”was the message that Peso Pluma placed on his Instagram stories, with which he reported the fateful fate of the four concerts that he was going to offer in the United States coming soon.

The shows in question were what he was going to give in Chicago, on October 29; that of Indianapolis, 31 of that month; the one in Pelham that was scheduled for November 2; and the one that was going to happen in Milwaukee on the 4th of that month.

Peso Pluma has so far not given statements regarding why those dates were postponed, nor has it announced when those shows will now take place in the neighboring country. Therefore, fans hope that Double P is fine and it is all for logistical reasons.

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