Kendrick Lamar Fans Are Furious For This Reason After His Tickets Went On Sale Today

6 October 2017, 11:48 | Updated: 6 October 2017, 11:52

Kendrick Lamar performs on truck

"HOW MUCH? Not very humble is it mate."

Kendrick Lamar fans are not happy after tickets for the UK leg of 'The DAMN Tour' went on sale this morning.

Many fans were left disappointed after tickets seemingly sold out within seconds, with many claiming that standing tickets had sold out before the 9AM release.

Users also complained that ticket touting was to blame after standing tickets soon began appearing on secondary ticketing websites with a significantly higher price tag.

Others targeted 'fake fans' of Kendrick for the outselling of tickets.

Earlier in the week, many fans took to social media to express their disappointment with the price of tickets themselves.

A ticket in the Gold Circle Standing area would set you back £241.75 per ticket, with the cheapest standing ticket starting at £70.00.

"Kendrick Lamar tickets are £115 each ahahaha what a joker x sit down be humble" wrote one user.

Kendrick's kicks off the tour in Dublin on 7th February 2018 before performing another five dates across the month, including two nights at London’s O2 Arena.

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