The Lithuanian says he'll "never give up creating and performing" after being dropped from the bill of a party at DC-10 in Ibiza.
The Lithuanian musician, real name Marijus Adomaitis, was removed from the lineup for the July 4th event following public outcry. (DJs like Pearson Sound and Midland were among those who voiced their opposition to the booking.) Writing on Facebook, Adomaitis revealed that some of the other DJs on the lineup had refused to play alongside him.
Here's his statement in full:
First of all I would like to say thanks to Circoloco for the invitation. However, my performance was canceled, as a number of DJs refused to play on the same stage with me. I do understand the pressure Circoloco has experienced and support their decision. Disappointments and anger won’t find place in my life. I will never give up creating and performing my music, that has been everything to me, since I was five years old. Keep it up and see you all equalized in upcoming gigs. Peace / TW
Adomaitis was at the centre of controversy in 2015 after a homophobic Facebook post saw him removed from festival and club lineups.