In other words, don't nobody wanna hear that shit!
Actually, I'm kinda surprised that a music festival held in Los Angeles would have to be canceled because not enough people bought tickets, given how many people live in LA. You'd think it wouldn't be difficult to round up enough people with bad taste and a lot of money.
Janet Jackson and Florence + the Machine were headlining this year's FYF Fest, which, who's the target market for some shit like that?
I think Florence + the Machine may have once had one of those songs that black people secretly kinda love but pretend not to like, but I'm not about to look it up. Even if she did, it was a long-ass time ago. As Janet Jackson would say, what have you done for me lately.
Speaking of which, Janet was the shit once upon a time, but she hasn't been right since the Super Bowl, if not, like, 10 years before then. Her body is oddly shriveled, like maybe she spent too long in the tub, her collaborators seem to have run out of good songs for her to sing, and I think I speak for a lot of guys when I say that I don't appreciate what she did to that Arab guy.
The people who organized the festival may have purposely stacked the bill with female acts because last year the guy who founded it—who's since sold his stake to the TIs—was accused of sexually assaulting four women, and they wanted to show that FYF Fest respect females. In retrospect, they may have been better off donating a few whistles to a campus raep center and then running ads on social media touting their own generosity.