WARSAW, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has confirmed a drag show scheduled to be held at a coffee shop in Warsaw has been cancelled. The show, which originally allowed children to attend, was first made into an 18+ event before eventually being cancelled all together.
"We here at Courthouse Coffee love and support everyone in our community." Courthouse Coffee on the Square first posted to Facebook on Sunday, explaining the shop had been rented out for the event. "The show is rated PG13 so children are welcome at the discretion of their parents."
A flyer for the event being called, "Love is a Drag," lists the drag queens who were supposed to be in attendance. Their names suggest anything but a child friendly environment. One performer goes by the name "Natosha Salad," a play on words to infer a sexual act. Another performer goes by the name "Rob StarkNaked."
An article in the Warsaw Times-Union attempted to paint the coffee shop and its owners as victims by claiming the coffee shop cancelled the event due to threats they received because of RNM's story. However, the story included 0 evidence or details regarding the threats. RNM scoured social media to find evidence of threats. And, while there is a lot of reaction and expressions of disgust with the event, RNM could not find any threats. RNM reached out to the coffee shop to get proof of those threats. As of publication, they have not sent us a response.
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