Bruno Mars, who was supposed to perform in Tel Aviv, is not in touch: the concert was canceled, fans are worried
American singer Bruno Mars recently arrived in Israel to give several concerts in Tel Aviv, which was mercilessly shelled by Hamas terrorists on October 7. The organizers reported that the star's performance was canceled, but he has not been in touch with the media.
The artist's page hasn't posted a single comment about his whereabouts for a day, so fans expressed their concern in the comments. Los Angeles journalists sent a request to the singer's team, but did not receive a response (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The singer planned to give a second concert for more than 60,000 fans in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park. The tickets were sold out. The star's previous performance took place on October 4 in Tel Aviv.
Sympathetic comments and wishes for the star to be careful began to appear under the post with a photo from this particular concert. The cancellation of the performance became known in the morning, but the artist did not comment on it and did not assure his almost 32 million followers that he was safe.
"We're sorry you had to witness this war, Bruno, I hope you're okay," "Stay safe," "Bruno Mars is in Israel now and we're being attacked by hundreds of rockets from Hamas," the comments read.
On October 7, thousands of rockets were fired into Israel. Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant declared an emergency within a radius of 80 kilometers from the Gaza Strip. This area includes Tel Aviv. Some of the country's airports have stopped working. The singer may not have been able to leave Israel immediately.
One of the terrorists' rockets hit a building in Tel Aviv. As of 13:00 on October 7, it is known that at least 22 people were killed.