DJ Khaled PULLS OUT of headlining 2018 Wireless Festival as rumours continue that Drake is set to perform

DJ Khaled arrives at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards at the T-Mobile Arena on May 21, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. / AFP PHOTO / MARK RALSTON (PhDJ Khaled has reportedly pulled out of headlining Wireless Festival  [Getty]

DJ Khaled was due to headline Wireless Festival at London’s Finsbury Park on Sunday 8 July.

But a source has revealed exclusively to OK! Online that the record producer has pulled out over a fear of flying all the way to the UK.

Concerned fans took to Twitter ahead of his scheduled appearance, questioning if he was still set to arrive in London despite currently being on a holiday in Mexico.

SANTA MONICA, CA - JUNE 25: DJ Khaled arrives to the NBA Awards Show 2018 held at Barker Hangar on June 25, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic)DJ Khaled was set to headline Wireless Festival on Sunday  [Getty]

DJ Khaled is currently on holiday in Mexico with his family  [DJ Khaled/Instagram ]

“Is DJ Khaled in London yet? I heard he’s scared of flying,” one fan questioned 

Another wrote: “DJ Khaled has a show tomorrow at wireless and this man is just chilling in his pool…” While a third wrote: “DJ Khaled is still in Mexico.. He’s meant to be at Wireless tomorrow.”

OK! Online has contacted a representative for DJ Khaled for comment.

DrakeDrake is hinted to be performing on the main stage  [Ben Kriemann/Future Image/WENN.com]

The claims add fuel to rumours that Drake is now set to perform at the three-day music festival in the capital.

Festival goers will be treated to performances from the likes of J. Cole, Stormzy and Giggs across the three day event.

But it seems that attendees may be treated to an extra special performance from surprise guest Drake.

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 26: Drake attends the 2017 NBA Awards live on TNT on June 26, 2017 in New York, New York. 27111_003 (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for TNT)It was reported that Drake would join DJ Khaled and Giggs on stage  [Getty]

It is being reported that the superstar rapper will take to the stage on 8 July to celebrate the release of his new album Scorpion, which went platinum in the US in less than a week.

Scorpion racked up over 170 million streams worldwide in just 24 hours, almost double of his 2017 album More Life’s first day streams, which totalled to just under 90 million.

It was reported that Drake would join DJ Khaled and Giggs on stage as they close the festival.

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