A RAPPER was pressured to cancel his set at Wireless competition yesterday after being arrested forward of the performance.
Boogie With Da Hoodie, actual identify Julius Dubose, was on account of carry out at the London competition in Crystal Palace Park on Saturday afternoon.
The American rapper has now apologised to his followers, explaining the incident on his social media.
Organisers of the competition additionally reportedly posted a message saying that he wouldn’t be showing and that they had been hoping to reschedule immediately.
It learn: “There has been an incident involving A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. He is safe and we are working to change his set to sometime tomorrow.”
Writing on-line the rapper, 25, mentioned: “Smh sorry to everybody who got here out to see me at Wireless.
“London police locked me up earlier than I went on stage for one thing I used to be accused of two years in the past.
“I’m OK and I’ll try my best to make it up to you guys.”
A Metropolitan Police spokesman mentioned: “On Saturday, 11 September, a 25-year-old man was arrested at the Wireless Festival in Crystal Palace Park.
“The arrest was made by Met Police officers at the request of Greater Manchester Police.
“The man was released on bail to attend a Greater Manchester police station at a later date.”
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is greatest recognized for the hit singles Numbers, Look Back At It and Drowning.
Wireless competition occurred this month as a substitute of in July on account of Covid restrictions.
It has moved to Crystal Palace Park in South London for the primary time, from its former properties of Finsbury Park, Hyde Park and the Olympic Park.
The line-up has featured performances from the likes of Skepta, Future, Giggs, Megan The Stallion and Meek Mill, whereas Drake made a shock look on Friday.