Here’s The Real Reason Why Drake Cancelled His Amsterdam Show This Week

29 March 2017, 10:40


Time to clear up the rumours.

Drake left fans disappointed this week after postponing another show in Amsterdam, and it seems we now know the reason why.

After a promoter explained to the angry audience that the rapper had fallen sick, it has now been revealed the Drizzy was allegedly suffering from "extreme food poisoning" after he ate "some bad sushi".

TMZ report that the sushi "messed up his stomach" so badly that "he had to get medical treatment immediately" and was "too sick to go onstage".

Fans attending the show, hosted at the capital's Ziggo Dome, had reportedly been waiting 75 minutes for the Canadian superstar to hit the stage before the promoter informed them of Drizzy's illness.

Concert goers proceeded to throw drinks and other items on stage in frustration at the show's sudden cancellation, which marked a third rearrangement of the Amsterdam gig.

The show was rescheduled to the following day (28th March), during which Drake brought out UK Grime artist Giggs to perform their popular 'More Life' collaboration 'KMT'.


Drake and @officialgiggs performed "KMT" tonight in Amsterdam. #BoyMeetsWorldTour #bmwt @nguyenndoe @shan.1909

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Drake is set to round off his Boy Meets World Tour in the Netherlands capital tonight as he brings his epic stint of European shows to a close.

Meanwhile, 'More Life' continues to break streaming records - most of which previously set by himself with his most recent studio album 'Views'.

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