Megan thee Stallion let down thousands of fans by canceling her appearance at Festival X in Australia just days before the event.
The American rapper’s initial tour dates in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide were canceled at the last minute.
Organizers confirmed on Wednesday via social media that she will not be replaced by another performer after her removal from the lineup.
According to a statement from the Festival X crew, Megan Thee Stallion will be unable to travel to Australia to perform at Festival X due to unforeseen circumstances. Despite their best efforts, the crew has been unable to find a replacement on such short notice, despite our desire to provide the best possible experience for fans.
“Instead of shorter sets, Calvin Harris and American rapper Don Toliver will perform lengthier sets.
Fans flocked to social media to express their displeasure with the news and Festival X organizers.
I hope Megan’s decision to cancel Festival X was a prank. Like a terrible joke,”
“Megan will not even be performing at Festival X in Sydney. There is no reason for me to continue.”
A third expressed disappointment at learning the news so close to the concert, as they had planned to travel to another city to see the American rapper.
Many people said they can’t believe they went or are going to the Gold Coast to see Megan and she won’t be there.
Others compared the upcoming concert series to the infamous Fyre Festival and expressed concern that the organizers had disabled Instagram comments on their posts.
Megan Thee Stallion’s label dispute with 1501 Entertainment has continued and has infiltrated Roc Nation territory.
Megan filed a protection order for Desiree Perez, the CEO of Roc Nation, against 1501 Entertainment in relation to the latter’s heated battle with the female rapper over her former contract, according to legal documents obtained exclusively by AllHipHop. According to the document, Megan’s legal team claims that 1501 Entertainment, led by Carl Crawford, has issued a subpoena to the CEO, describing the action as a “underhanded maneuver.”
According to the filing, 1501 is out to torment Perez and interfere with her duties as CEO of Roc Nation. However, Texas law does not allow 1501 to use discovery to achieve these goals. When a party, as in this case, attempts to distract a senior executive from his or her work in order to attend an improper deposition, the apex concept applies. Megan Thee Stallion’s attorneys, on the other hand, have admitted that Perez was aware of the rapper’s general affairs but not her finances.