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J Hus still set to play Fresh Island festival after being dropped from Wireless
J Hus is still performing at the festival next week (Picture: Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

J Hus has reminded fans he still has upcoming gigs.

The 22-year-old was recently removed from the lineups of both Wireless Festival, due to take place this weekend, and the first weekend of TRNSMT, which took place last weekend, after his arrest for being caught in possession for a knife.

After fans voiced their disappointment, he has since taken to Twitter to tell them he is still due to play Fresh Island festival on 10-12 July, telling fan.

Sharing the festival poster, he wrote: Catch me here!

His post comes after he shared an apology with his fans and thanking them for their support.

J Hus wrote: Been seeing a lot of support from fans, artists and family. I appreciate everything, Trust me. Shoutout my team for the work behind the scenes. Also sorry for the cancelled live dates Ive missed out on.

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Time to finish the album.

Been seeing a lot of support from fans, artists and family. I appreciate everything, Trust me. Shoutout my team for the work behind the scenes. Also sorry for the cancelled live dates Ive missed out on.

Time to finish the album. ???

— J HUS (@Jhus) July 4, 2018

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Wireless organisers announced earlier this week that he would no longer play Saturday and that Krept and Konan would be in his place.

Organisers have also just announced that there will be a one minute silence held at the festival, which will pay tribute to youths who have lost their lives to knife crime this year.

Festival Republics managing director Melvin Benn said: The violence that is threatening our city needs to be spoken about, and its imperative that these killings stop.

If any other activity had killed more than 70 young people in London this year, the reasons would be at the top of the governments agenda.

Thats why were working together with Project Future, Bruce Grove Youth Space and Haringey.

MORE: J Hus apologises as hes replaced on Wireless lineup following weapons arrest

MORE: Wireless 2018: Krept and Konan to replace J Hus after knife arrest

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