The rapper will spend the next 12 days in custody after the performance on the roof of the car.
Concerts of rapper Husky (Dmitry Kuznetsov) in six cities will be canceled due to his arrest for 12 days, said TASS manager artist Andrei Orekhov. Activities will try to hold on other days.
The organizers will cancel all shows that were supposed to take place before December 2. Orekhov said that the question of returning money for tickets purchased is still being decided.
Until the end of the tour Husky left to spend nine concerts. Of them will not take place the show in Volgograd (November 23), Saratov (November 24), Nizhny Novgorod (November 27), Ivanovo (November 28), Yaroslavl (November 30) and Vologda (December 2).
On November 22, the Huskies were arrested for 12 days for disorderly conduct and a three-day refusal of a medical examination. Dates are not cumulative, so the rapper will hold in custody 12 days. The court also acquitted Husky under the article on the organization of mass stay of citizens in a public place (Part 1 of Article 20.2.2 of the Administrative Code).
For two days, Husky concerts were canceled in Krasnodar and Volgograd. In addition, on November 20 in Rostov-on-Don, the police came to the club before the Husky concert. They handed the manager a warning about the prevention of extremist activity, and the club turned off the light and sound. The viewers were not allowed into the room.