The popular Latin artist, Peso Pluma, known for his hit song “Lady Gaga,” has become one of the most streamed Latin acts globally. His rising popularity has led him to perform on various international stages, including the 2023 VMAs. However, his plans to tour his home country, Mexico, are not going as expected.

Recently, Peso Pluma had to postpone several shows, leaving his fans puzzled about the reason. According to USA Today reports, the postponement could be linked to alleged threats Peso Pluma received from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. A banner displayed on a bridge in Tijuana, Mexico, carried a message warning Peso Pluma against performing on October 14, threatening it would be his last show due to his disrespect and loose tongue.

For the safety of the attendees who planned to attend the show at Caliente Stadium, the organizers have decided to reschedule the event. The new date for the performance is yet to be announced.

Internet users speculate that Peso Pluma received the stern warning due to his repeated references to the alleged Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán in his songs. It is believed that Guzmán did not appreciate Peso Pluma’s lyrics in songs like “Siempre Pendientes.”