The sadness of the loss of MH370 which has caught the attention of the world has not settled down and yet, we are shocked again with the death of six teenagers in a concert held at Bukit Jalil Stadium, Kuala Lumpur. The Future Music Festival Asia 2014 (FMFA) concert which entered its third day was canceled due to the death of several teenagers who allegedly overdosed drugs while three other teenagers were reported in comas and critical. Most likely this concert would have been continued if no deaths were reported. In this case, the mistake was merely pointed to the youths who took drugs and the syndicate supplying drugs to the teenagers involved. However, fault was not placed on the shoulders of the organizers nor the provider of the permit to the organizers! This concert gained full support from the Minister of Tourism and Culture, Dato 'Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz. In the West, concerts like this are known for drugs, which would involve the loss of life, damage to faith and moral decadence. As a minister, Dato 'Seri Mohamed Nazri should not have allowed the concert to be held and should also forbid any form of activities that will lead to negative implications, especially to teenagers and Muslims.