Houston, TX – A Houston promoter dropped quite the head-scratching excuse after a number of celebs were no-shows at his Super Bowl party, which boasted “the greatest lineup during Super Bowl weekend.”

TMZ reports that the promoter for Super Bash blamed ISIS for the lack of star power at his weekend-long party in Houston.

Snoop Dogg, Future, and Flo Rida were among the artists who were set to appear at Super Bash, but were visibly MIA. An Instagram account for Super Bash features a variety of flyers with photos of celebrities, including Floyd Mayweather, who were never present at the event.

THE @future ONLY LIVE PERFORMANCE during #superbowl #weekend Saturday February 4th, 2017 @houston

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Getting close to you being the host @floydmayweather

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Very excited to have @snoopdogg #performing #live @houston @texas February 3-5

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In regards to blame being placed on ISIS, TMZ has confirmed that there was a bomb threat at a neighboring establishment.

Although a bomb threat was received, it’s been reported that the real reason celebs flaked was because of money, which the promoter had a severe lack of.

Despite charging from $75 to $5,000 for ticket packages, the promoter allegedly did not have enough to pay celebrity guests and vendors, so they hastily chucked the deuces.