Hip-hop artist Tyga did not show up at Turning Stone Resort Casino for his scheduled appearance on Saturday night.
The show was set to take place in the casino’s LAVA Nightclub until 2 a.m. Advance tickets cost $35.
Turning Stone issued the following statement: “Tyga informed us last night that due to unforeseen circumstances he was unable to perform at Lava.”
The casino offered free admission to LAVA Nightclub for all ticket holders. For Tyga fans who bought their tickets online, a full refund will be issued within the next five to seven business days.”
On 8:21 p.m. Saturday night, Tyga tweeted to more than 7 million followers that he could not appear “due to travel issues,” and mistakenly implied LAVA was located in Syracuse. (It is in Verona.)
I won’t be able to make club lava tonight Syracuse due to traveling issues. Sorry:/ Promise to make it up tho!!
Turning Stone has not announced a rescheduled date for the show.
Some Tyga fans expressed disappointment about the sudden cancellation on Twitter.
FollowHasan Muhić @djhazecny
First French Montana, now Tyga…damn Lava, what’s going on? https://twitter.com/tyga/status/876233455532597248 …
The Martian @NathanMarsh12
Better believe we lit at #lava @Tyga
FollowThe Martian @NathanMarsh12
@Tyga @Tyga yo why you have to do us like that at turning stone?! Come on man we screaming #welldone #lastkings #YM
In recent years, Tyga made headlines due to his high-profile relationship (and break-up) with reality TV star and model Kylie Jenner.
Tyga, whose real name is Michael Ray Stevenson, featured Jenner in several of his music videos and he often made appearances on the show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” The two remain split up.
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