Egor Kreed cancels concert in Dagestan due to threat of rape
Representatives of the Black Star label explain the gig canceling on their Instagram account, saying that they do not want to risk the safety of fans due to the tense situation.
Singer Egor Kreed canceled the concert in Dagestan scheduled for September 9. The reason for this is threats from local residents. Representatives of the Black Star label explain the gig canceling on their Instagram account, saying that they do not want to risk the safety of fans due to the tense situation. The authors of the message expressed the hope that the artists of the Black Star label will perform in front of the residents of the Dagestan Republic in the near future.
Simultaneously with the message about canceling Kreed’s concert, there was information that another artist on the label – Doni – decided to cancel the planned performance in Dagestan.
To recall, earlier the artist was threatened with rape by local residents of the republic in case of holding his concert in Makhachkala. The aggressive users called the artist’s fans ‘brats.’ The singer received the threats via the social network Instagram, after which he stated that he was thinking about deleting the account in order to “live without a crowd of idiots in the comments.”
The police of Dagestan have already reacted to the incident with threats. Law enforcers specify that the users who threatened the singer have been identified; at the moment, a check is being held against them.
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