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Twenty One Pilots stop concert in Russia due to bomb threat

New York Daily News logo New York Daily News 22/10/2016 NICOLE BITETTE

Twenty One Pilots performs on Saturday Night Live on the episode airing October 8, 2016. - Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for iHeartMedia © Provided by New York Daily News Twenty One Pilots performs on Saturday Night Live on the episode airing October 8, 2016. - Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for iHeartMedia Musical duo Twenty One Pilots had to cut a sold-out Russian performance short after receiving a bomb threat.

The band tweeted, and later deleted, the information on Saturday, explaining that they were safe, but were ordered to wrap up at Sokol Music Hall.

"Moscow, that was such an amazing show. The police cut our set a couple songs short because of a bomb threat," the now-deleted tweet read. "We are safe. You be safe."

Periscope video of the event was abrupty cut short leaving fans watching from all over the world wondering what had just occurred.

After the tweet was deleted, one half of the duo, Tyler Joseph, 27, posted a different message.

"Josh [DUN] and I can't believe we get to play our music in Russia. So proud. Moscow was amazing. St. Petersburg tomorrow," Joseph wrote.

It is unclear exactly where or how the threats were founded, but fans were quick to voice their dismay online.

"Russia has been waiting forever for twenty one pilots. and they didn't even hear trees because of this," one user wrote.

Another added, "Imagine feeling so safe at a twenty one pilots concert and then receiving a bomb threat, stay safe."

The Columbus, Ohio natives were performing in Russia for the first time on a world tour following the success of the track "Heathens," which was featured in the film "Suicide Squad."

The group recently made an appearance as the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live." 

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