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Peso Pluma Cancels Tijuana Concert After Receiving Death Threats

  • Peso Pluma, a popular music artist, has canceled his concert in Tijuana after receiving death threats. The independent label Doble P Records made the decision to protect the fans and the team, prioritizing safety. It remains unclear who posted the threatening banners and their motive.
  • Tijuana, known for its increasing violence and involving criminal groups promoting themselves through narcocorrido music, has witnessed the killings of several artists in this genre. Peso Pluma's music, which blends reggaeton, trap, and violent lyrics, has attracted criticism for glorifying drug trafficking.
  • Mexico's Baja California state, particularly Tijuana, has seen a significant number of murders this year, making it a concerning location for the performance. The artist's decision to cancel the concert showcases a concern for the safety of everyone involved, including fans.
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