’s name has been removed from festival line-ups for both and .
On Tuesday, the 28-year-old musician – real name Tyron Frampton – .
The rapper is accused of oral and vaginal penetration of a woman without her consent in Oxford in September 2021.
Appearing in court this week, he spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and address in Northampton, however, has since released a statement maintaining his innocence.
While Slowthai’s name previously appeared on line-up posters for Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds, it’s since been removed.
In March, Glastonbury shared a line-up poster on Twitter in which Slowthai’s name was visible between Shygirl’s and Sparks’, but at the time of writing, a line-up poster on the festival’s website no longer features Slowthai’s name.
As for Reading and Leeds, the festivals’ posters featured Slowthai’s name beneath Lewis Capaldi’s as recently as last month, however, it’s since been removed.
The musician was bailed and will next appear at Oxford Crown Court on June 15, a court official told PA after the hearing.
Following the court hearing, Slowthai wrote in a statement shared on Instagram: ‘Regarding the allegations being reported about me I categorically deny the charges. I am innocent and confident my name will be cleared. Until then I will apply my energy to ensure this is concluded swiftly and justly.
‘I ask that my supporters don’t comment about this situation and respect the process and privacy of my family during this time.’
Slowthai released his break-out single Jiggle in 2016 before signing a contract with Method Records the following year.
His debut studio album, Nothing Great About Britain, reached number nine on the UK charts and was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize.
In 2021, following the release of his second album, Tyron, Slowthai was nominated for a Grammy award.
He also won hero of the year award at the NME awards before going on to release his third album Ugly.
As well as his own music, Slowthai has appeared on songs by artists including Tyler, the Creator and Gorillaz.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to reps for Slowthai and Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds for comment.