AMP artist [lastfm]Pitbull[/lastfm] is taking a stand on what he believes in, and canceled a show due to the newest controversy. Read more about this canceled show after the jump.
[lastfm]Pitbull[/lastfm] is heading out on his “Mr. Worldwide’s Carnaval” tour, and according to HipHopdx.com he will not make any stops in Phoenix to make a stand and protest against Arizona’s newest controversial immigration law. Pitbull took to his twitter page to explain the cancellation of the show:
He will begin this “Worldwide” tour on May 25 and it will go through the end of June.
He isn’t alone in doing this. [lastfm]Cypress Hill[/lastfm] and others have also canceled shows due to this law. [lastfm]Pitbull[/lastfm] is prepping the release of his first Spanish-only album, Armando, a tip of the hat to his real name Armando Perez. Fans can expect that album in the summer and another album, PlanetPit, in the Fall.
- Do you think it’s wrong for him to cancel the show or are you proud of him for standing up for his beliefs?