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Drug cartels threaten musicians and prevent their concerts

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After alleged banners called “narcomantas” signed by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) appeared on social media  a few days before the presentation of the Mexican regional band Fuerza Regida in Tijuana, the show was canceled.

The concert was scheduled for October 6 at the Estadio Caliente, so a few days after its completion, the performers canceled the show. For them, the messages on the streets of the border city were not a joke, so, like the singer Peso Pluma a few days ago, they announced that the show will not take place “for reasons beyond our control,” according to a publication.

Fuerza Regida is on its tour with presentations between September and November in the United States.

The photographs that circulated with threats addressed to the band, who were asked not to appear at the date organized months ago, caused an instant reaction, because, although none of its members have spoken out about it, they did not take long to make their decision known to their friends and fans.

On September 12, similar threats were dedicated to Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija, better known as Peso Pluma, who was also described as “disrespectful and loose-tongued.”

However, Kabande took a little longer to affirm that he would protect his audience and work team, so “for the safety of everyone involved” he would ultimately not risk singing live and also canceled his concert.

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