Lil Wayne missed his own concert since he refused to “standard safety procedures”

Lil Wayne missed his own concert since he refused to "standard safety procedures"Image Credit: Billboard

Promoters guaranteed Lil Wayne was conveying the warmth to Columbia’s Colonial Life Arena as the main event for the second Annual Fall Ball.

Rather, the current year’s seventeenth most generously compensated rapper ($15.5 million, simply behind Snoop Dogg and Nicki Minaj) treated with chilling disdain Saturday.

Lil Wayne turned out poorly organize in light of the fact that he declined to enter Colonial Life through the setting’s “standard security methods,” the field said in an announcement.

“While we lament the craftsman’s choice not to perform, Colonial Life Arena isn’t willing to sidestep its security benchmarks and endanger the wellbeing of its benefactors, entertainers, or staff individuals,” the field said.

What’s more, fans hoping to see the rapper who began Young Money record name won’t not recover their cash. Show promoters are not offering discounts, Colonial Life Arena said. Scene authorities at first said discounts would be offered beginning Monday.

“We are in dialogs with the promoters and will keep on representing the enthusiasm of our benefactors in regards to discounts,” the field said.

The promoters recorded on occasion declarations were Columbia zone based Victory Promotions and Ben Hated LLC. Columbia radio station, WHXT-FM “Hot” 103.9, was recorded as a moderator.

Every one of the three had nothing posted about the show on their online networking accounts as of Sunday evening.

Lil Wayne was booked to participate in the Fall Ball perform on Saturday with 2 Chainz, Tory Lanez and Cardi B.

From web-based social networking posts, no less than two of the demonstrations went in front of an audience.

2 Chainz posted photographs of his Columbia execution on Instagram. He went in front of an audience in a wheelchair in the wake of breaking his leg over the mid year.

Cardi B posted a short video of herself backstage and two different recordings of herself in front of an audience.

Lil Wayne, who burned through eight months in jail on a firearm charge in 2010, did not post anything about the Columbia appear on his Instagram and Twitter accounts as of Sunday evening.

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