Peso Pluma cancels Latin American concerts for ‘personal reasons’

Peso Pluma has canceled his upcoming Latin American tour stops, including his debut at the Viña del Mar International Music Festival on March 1, due to undisclosed personal reasons, according to a spokesperson for the singer. The canceled dates also included performances in Peru and Paraguay. While Paraguay news outlets cited logistic issues for the cancellation of the show in Asunción, the official press release from Viña del Mar’s press office only mentioned personal reasons.

María Becerra will replace Peso Pluma as the headlining act at Viña del Mar, with Argentine rapper Trueno taking Becerra’s original slot. Pluma’s tour has faced challenges, including rescheduled dates and controversy over his music’s influence in Chile. Despite calls for his removal from the Viña del Mar lineup, organizers initially stood by him, but now all three shows have been canceled by the artist himself.

This isn’t the first time Pluma has canceled performances; last September, he called off a show in Tijuana due to threats from drug cartels, leading to the cancellation of five more shows in Mexico. However, his upcoming U.S. dates, including performances at Coachella in April, are proceeding as planned.

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