T-Pain cancels South America show
Promoter says rapper received death threatsGEORGETOWN, Guyana -- R&B singer T-Pain has canceled a concert in Guyana after receiving what a promoter calls "credible death and kidnapping threats."
Kerwin Bollers says Monday's performance for Carnival celebrations was called off after e-mail and phone threats from an unidentified source.
Police commander Leroy Bollers reporters Sunday that authorities will investigate.
T-Pain would have been one of the best-known U.S. singers to perform in the South American nation in years.
He is credited with popularizing synthesizer-assisted vocals in R&B, and recorded the albums "Rappa Ternt Sanga" and "Epiphany."