Mexican Singer Peso Pluma Cancels Tijuana Show Due to Death Threats by Cartel

Peso Pluma, a popular Mexican singer, is taking no chances with the notorious Mexican cartel. He has made the difficult decision to cancel his upcoming show in Tijuana due to death threats that were recently made against him.

The cancellation announcement was made on Peso Pluma’s Instagram account, with representatives from Double P Records and Prajin Music Group stating, “Our main priority is the safety of our fans and team. In order to protect everyone involved, we have decided to cancel our show in Tijuana.”

This decision comes after Peso Pluma was targeted by the cartel last week, when threatening banners were discovered in the city. These banners warned Peso Pluma not to come to Tijuana and perform, stating, “This is for Peso Pluma – do not show up on October 14th, as it will be your final show due to your disrespectful and careless remarks.” It’s clear that the message of the cartel was received and understood by Peso Pluma.

The threatening banners were traced back to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, an organization based in Peso Pluma’s hometown.

It’s important to note that Peso Pluma is just one of many Mexican artists who incorporate references to drug lords, illegal organizations, and other crimes in their music. The cartel’s disapproval likely stems from these controversial lyrics and themes that are prevalent in the country’s music industry.

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