Malaysia’s government halted a music festival in the capital Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, a day after the frontman of British pop rock band The 1975 kissed a male bandmate onstage and criticised the country’s anti-LGBTQ laws. The 1975 have also been banned from performing in Malaysia, said a government committee that oversees filming and performances by foreigners. We just got banned from Kuala Lumpur, I’ll see you later.”The band could not immediately be reached for comment. Communications Minister Fahmi said Malaysia was committed to supporting the development of creative industries and freedom of expression. The post Malaysia halts music festival after same-sex kiss by British band The 1975 appeared first on NBC News.