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Kanye West has reportedly pulled out of this year’s Coachella.
Sources close to the rapper told TMZ that he will no longer be performing at the two-weekend long music and arts festival, leaving a headlining slot open.
TMZ was also told that rapper Travis Scott was expected to join Kanye on stage, a plan that has also been scrapped.
West was slated to be the headliner on Sunday, April 17 and 24, following Doja Cat, Ari Lennox, and Canada’s Jessie Reyez.
— Coachella (@coachella) January 13, 2022
No reasons have been provided as to why the Donda rapper is backing out.
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The music festival still has its star headliners for other weekends including Harry Styles and Billie Eilish.
While Coachella has yet to respond to the reports, fans are already taking to Twitter to put in requests for possible headliner replacements. One of the big names showing up is Toronto’s The Weeknd.
“Good. Now can they get @theweeknd to replace him, please!!!!” one fan tweeted.
Good. Now can they get @theweeknd to replace him, please!!!!
— Kimberly Thomas (@Kimberl22319666) April 4, 2022
We want The Weeknd at Coachella @coachella !!!
— jessica aralyn (@JessicaMACwire) April 4, 2022
Can we please get The Weeknd or Tyler, the creator to replace Kanye at #Coachella??
— And what about it?! (@imtalmboutyall) April 4, 2022
I really hope Kanye gets replaced by The Weeknd at Coachella!🙏‼️
— Cris (@OfficialCrisss) April 4, 2022