Travis Scott’s Egyptian Pyramid Concert Not Canceled Despite Backlash

Travis Scott Stopped Nyc Performance To Check On Fans

Travis Scott’s planned concert at the Pyramids of Giza is getting backlash from Egypt’s Musicians’ Syndicate. The group claimed it was revoking a permit for the July 28th event because it “contradicts the identity of the Egyptian culture.” However, it’s unclear if the Syndicate actually has the authority to carry out its threat. Live Nation insisted in a statement yesterday that everything is on schedule. “There have been no changes to Travis Scott’s show in Egypt; any reports to the contrary are false. We can’t wait to celebrate ‘Utopia’ with you in Egypt!”

The Musicians’ Syndicate said that it “is committed to preserving the security and stability of our beloved homeland and rejects any actions that go against its societal values,” and claimed Scott’s shows involve “strange rituals.” The opposition is also due to the 2021 “mass casualty incident” at Astroworld that left 10 people dead. Scott announced his Egyptian concert just over a week after a Texas grand jury decided not to indict the rapper on criminal charges.

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