DJ Kaskade has become the official defender of all things fun, sending a ‘big fuck you man!’ to the University of Massachusetts for cancelling the Pretty Lights and Above and Beyond performances scheduled for the Mullins Centre in October.
The university cancelled the shows amid concerns following recent fatalities due to MDMA, stating:
“The Molly-taking culture at these shows is now real and exceedingly dangerous to the health and safety of concert attendees.”
But that shit don’t fly with big K, who took to a good ol’ twitter rant to let off some steam:
“But, WHAT IF we switched out a few words in that statement? For instance, “Molly” with “Alcohol” and “These shows” with the “NFL?”
This isn’t the first time Kaskade has defended insane rage machines after an awesome time, previously flipping the bird at the American Airlines Arena in Miami for banning those quirky kids known as Kandi Ravers.
There’s no doubt the use of illicit drugs has led to some tragic consequences at festivals, but we’re thinking the focus on stopping the music instead of the drugs is pretty lame.