Drake Fans Throw Drinks On Stage After He Cancels Amsterdam Show For Third Time - WATCH
28 March 2017, 10:57
Drizzy was ordered not to perform on doctors orders.
Drake fans were left furious last night after the rapper postponed his show in Amsterdam for the third time in three months after falling sick.
The angry crowd, who were already gathered in the city's Ziggo Dome, booed and threw drinks on stage after a promoter informed fans that Drizzy was too ill to perform and was advised not to on doctor's orders.
Watch what happened below:
#PressPlay: #Drake cancelled his #Amsterdam show because he wasn't feeling well and his fans were not happy pic.twitter.com/eaqeeabMwh— The Daily 411 (@TheRealDaily411) March 27, 2017
Drake cancelled his show in Amsterdam AGAIN... due to illness smh so much for #MoreLife ... Aint no mo life bih.... pic.twitter.com/zAF5huhqS9— Miguel Chines (@MiguelChines) March 27, 2017
It's safe to say fans weren't happy with the cancellation.
Many unlucky concert-goers took to Twitter to express their frustration at the incident involving the 'More Life' rapper.
So it's fair to say fans aren't happy to hear of Drake's Amsterdam cancellation pic.twitter.com/8NZdEBWunn— OhSoDJ Editor (@gossip_vixen) March 27, 2017
#Drake doesn't show up at his Amsterdam #BoyMeetsWorldTour show... "Leave now," we were told after 3 hours waiting....— Tino (@otherthanothers) March 27, 2017
Wow @mojoconcerts pic.twitter.com/fCrqMfV6qP
When you fly to Amsterdam and Drake cancels the show— King Con (@ConorGouldsboro) March 27, 2017
The boy doesn't face his responsibilities tour. Three times... #Drake @Drake— VincentFree (@VincentFree) March 27, 2017
Imagine the people who caught a flight to Amsterdam, got accommodation all for Drake to cancel the concert. Fucked up man— Ryan (@kaiibur) March 27, 2017
The show in question has been rescheduled for Wednesday 29th March.
The events were further postponed to March 27th and 28th, with last night’s incident resulting in a third cancellation.
Meanwhile, Drake recently broke his own streaming record following the release of his playlist project 'More Life'.
After topping the Billboard chart, the rapper's new project amassed over 385 million streams across all platforms in its first week, beating the previous record holder 'Views'.