Lil Baby caused a stir when he abruptly canceled his headlining performance at a Canadian music festival.
Just 30 minutes before the Breakout Festival in Vancouver came to an end, the rapper's set was canceled. The 27-year-illness, old's according to festival organizers, was the reason.
After the news, commotion appears to have broken out in the PNE Amphitheatre venue, according to videos posted online.
Seven people were detained by Canadian police, who also assessed that thousands of dollars worth of damage had been done.
Fans flocked to see Lil Baby, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, who has worked with celebrities including Nicki Minaj and Drake.
However, after the cancellation was made public, "destructive concert-goers turned aggressive," according to Vancouver Police Constable Tania Visintin.
She claimed in a statement that "a few hundred people started fighting and trashing the property."
She claimed that tables, fridges, tents, and food stalls had all been broken or overturned.
She claimed that "several people climbed various fixtures, including a towering lamp-post."
Con Visintin continued, "After hundreds of officers were brought in from all over the city to deal with the violence, bottles and other objects were thrown at police."
Lil Baby later expressed regret to his followers for being absent, stating on Instagram: "I want to begin by sincerely apologizing to everyone who was there, Vancouver, Canada, and the Breakout Festival!
"I've been working so hard for so long without taking any breaks that I've finally had it. Afterward, my body just shut down.
I owe you guys a lot, but I'll make it up to you shortly.
In addition to Sofaygo, Polo G, and Lil Uzi Vert withdrew from the festival.
Fans can now request a portion of their tickets back, according to Crescendo1, one of the firms organizing the event.
"We do not condone violence or the destruction of property and are disgusted with the way some of our patrons acted at this year's event," the company stated in a statement.
Only Me, Lil Baby's third album, will be available next month.
Rapper Drip Too Hard recently worked with Drake and DJ Khaled on the song Staying Alive.
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