Andrew WK’s Ambassadorial Trip To Middle East Is Cancelled

Andrew W.K’s ambassadorial trip to Bahrain, which he was making as a member of the US Department of State, has been cancelled.

It was announced on November 25 that the Party Hard singer had been named as a a cultural ambassador to the Middle East, but it would appear that his life as a rock star has lead to his journey being ceased.

A spokeswoman for the US Department of State said, “The embassy determined that was probably not a best choice and didn’t meet our standards.” They also revealed that W.K had never officially been named a “cultural ambassador” too.

Andrew W.K then took to his Twitter account, @AndrewWK, to announce, “I’m just blown away. After a year of planning, the US State Dept. just canceled my Middle East trip because I’m too party.”

W.K also went on to add about their decision, “It’s not as simple as they’re making it.” The Party Till You Puke wordsmith had promised to promote “partying and word peace”in the region.

The singer/rocker/motivational speaker recently delivered a speech at a My Little Pony convention in Strongsville, Ohio, which was comprised of teens and adults, most of whom were men.

He praised they individualism, stating, “A lot of times adults confuse growing up or becoming mature with a sense of seriousness, a sense of boringness, a sense of just stupidness.” W.K then went on to praise the crowd and stated that they were “a group of people I can relate to in a that they’re like no one else. Congrats on being individuals … and part of a herd.”