DJ Khaled's Wireless Festival No-Show Was Known By Organizers Months Ago

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DJ Khaled's Wireless Festival No-Show Was Known By Organizers Months Ago

The "Scorpion" rapper actually made it on stage at the London event, performing an fantastic set list, filling in for DJ Khaled who had dropped out earlier in the day.

DJ Khaled was supposed to headline Wireless Festival in London yesterday (July 8), but due to a "scheduling conflict", the fest announced at the last minute that he wouldn't be performing.

Drake played to the crowd by launching his set with United Kingdom rapper Giggs, playing their collaboration "KMT", before plunging into his own set.

He performed tracks like "Nice For What" and "God's Plan" and the crowd literally couldn't get enough!

The music star, 42, had shared videos and pictures of himself in Mexico, hours before his headline slot was due to take place. A few months? Tried to make it work?

Fans took to Twitter to express their joy at seeing Drake on stage, while others were sad to be missing the gig.

Tarikanarula wrote: "I'm really upset @djkhaled, we went to a lot of effort to come and see you today and you don't even bother to come and see your fans or even provide an explanation".

The 30 billion gang leader wore a red shirt with the inscription, "Long Live Olu" on it before his performance at the Wireless festival. I also said son lets enjoy our vacation our fans know we coming FAN LUV KNOW HOW WE DO.

Newsbeat has contacted Roc Nation, the entertainment company that represents DJ Khaled, for comment but they haven't yet responded.

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