Chaos as The Kid Laroi cancels the huge Melbourne show

There were chaotic scenes when the rap sensation The Kid Laroi canceled a big show in the arena last night, 40 minutes after going on stage.

The sensation of Australian rapper The Kid Laroi took the pin out of his show in the Melbourne arena on Friday night, almost 40 minutes after he had to take the stage.

The Herald Sun reports that the 18-year-old hit creator had to go on stage at 9pm, but canceled the show at 9.35pm due to illness, leaving a crowd of capacity at Rod Laver Arena.

A fan captured the mood in the arena with a capacity for 14,000 people as it was announced that the show would not go ahead.

“Lots of apologies for that, but he’s obviously out of control of anyone … please travel safely,” the announcer can be heard saying, while the boos resound in the arena.

Another concert attendee posted a short video showing the mood in the parking lot as people tried to leave the venue. “Everyone gets angry … everyone touches their horns because they’re angry,” he said.

He Herald Sun. reported that some angry attendees also threw cups of beer down the arena. Others expressed their frustrations on social media:

Some even accused the star of having a hangover, after it was reported that he made a surprise appearance at the Melboune 170 Russell St nightclub, also known as Billboard, on Thursday night:

In a lengthy message posted yesterday on his Instagram stories, Laroi, real name Charlton Howard, apologized to fans and explained that the illness was the cause of the last-minute cancellation.

The teenage star revealed that he had been feeling sick all day, but that he felt worse after arriving at the scene and taking a sound test, with his team calling the doctors who gave him a IV drip. .

“I promise you with all my heart that I gave it my all to try to get on stage tonight,” he wrote.

He also promised to reschedule the show for disappointed ticket holders.

“I’ll keep you posted on the date of the rescheduled show. I’ll be back to do this show in Melbourne. I’m sorry.”

The Sydney-born star has become one of Australia’s biggest musical success stories in recent years, topping the charts here and in the United States with hits such as Justin Bieber’s duet. Stay and the Miley Cyrus duet Without you.

Kid Laroi’s Australian tour will continue with another show at the Rod Laver Arena tonight before two dates in Brisbane next week.

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