Keith Flint tribute set at Glastonbury Festival in jeopardy over publicity considerations

Just days after plans for Glastonbury Festival‘s ‘Keith Flint Appreciation Hour‘ had been introduced, Prodigy guitarist Gizz Butt has revealed that the tribute occasion will now not be going down in a sequence of now-deleted Facebook posts. Butt, who was set to DJ the hour with traditional Prodigy tunes and a few beforehand unreleased materials, defined his causes for the cancellation on Facebook over the weekend.

According to Butt, the cancellation is because of how the occasion was obtained by the press and people closest to Flint. He famous, “People are seeing it as an act of self promotion and I by no means wished that.” Continuing in a second Facebook publish, Butt doubles down on the optimistic intentions behind the set, now seeking to create psychological well being consciousness in a approach that's respectful and delicate to these grieving Flint’s passing. The posts have since been deleted, leaving the deliberate tribute in a spot of uncertainty as Glastonbury inches nearer.