DJ Khaled was supposed to headline at the Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park, north London, but due to his extended holiday, Canadian rapper Drake headlined instead. A tweet from the Wireless Festival had said that DJ Khaled was unable to appear because of “travel issues,” but they promised something special for attendees that would not disappoint them.

Drake went on to perform a half-hour set at the weekend, thrilling members of the cheering audience, most of whom were not in the least bit disappointed by the change in headlining artist. DJ Khalid stayed in the infinity pool, not feeling the least bit disappointed either.

Six songs by Drake at the Wireless Festival

As reported by Sky News, Drake’s latest album, “Scorpion” was top of the charts this week and the Canadian rapper went on to perform six songs from that album at the Wireless Festival, including the top hit, “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What.” Drake appeared at the end of Giggs’ slot at the festival, coming on to the main stage and saying he wanted to hear London go crazy that night. As the duo played their collaborative number, “KMT,” London did, indeed, go a little crazy.

DJ Khaled and his Mexican holiday

Rapper DJ Khaled was apparently not too disappointed that he missed his slot at the Wireless Festival [VIDEO], due to his extended holiday in sunny Mexico.

The rapper posted images over the weekend, showing just how much fun he was having with his son. One image of himself and his son in an infinity pool was captioned, “Still on vacation!” He went on to write that he and his son were discussing the release date for a “new anthem,” while relaxing in the pool.

Sunday saw an image of DH Khaled and his wife relaxing and enjoying a meal in a private jet while making a toast at the camera. Not a bad way to travel at all.

Mix of delight and criticism from DJ Khaled fans

While some fans were thrilled that Drake made an unscheduled appearance at the Wireless Festival, others were disappointed at the short notice given for the change.

As reported by the Evening Standard, some fans had sold their tickets on hearing DJ Khaled was not to appear. It turns out organizers had received news that there may be a scheduling conflict well in advance, but they only advised fans four hours before his scheduled appearance.

One fan tweeted an image of Wes Nelson from Love Island, saying Drake had been confirmed as headlining at the Wireless Festival on the one day they didn’t buy tickets for.

Festival organisers took to Twitter again to take responsibility for the late notice, saying DJ Khaled looks forward to visiting the UK soon.