British singer Lily Allen took to Twitter Tuesday to slam Wireless bosses for only booking three women for the entire three-day UK music festival.
The 32-year-old joined an array of social media users to vent her frustration as organizers faced a furious backlash from fans over the male-dominated lineup.
Allen shared a Photoshopped poster which has been doing the rounds on Twitter, alongside the caption: “The struggle is real.”
In true Allen fashion, she then continued to reply to numerous fans who questioned why she was bothered by the lack of females on the list.
See some of the responses below:
Allen’s comments come after bosses released the lineup for the festival, which is due to take place in London’s Finsbury Park between July 6-8, on Monday.
Headline acts include J. Cole, Stormzy and DJ Khaled “and friends,” while the likes of Post Malone, Migos, French Montana and J. Hus will also be taking to the stage.
Mabel will be performing on the Friday, with Cardi B and Lisa Mercedez making appearances on the Sunday. However, there are no female artists at all scheduled to perform on the Saturday.