Yelawolf Issues Statement After Cutting Sold-Out Concert Short
Yelawolf has issued a statement after he showed up for a scheduled concert in Minneapolis on Sunday (Dec. 3) but then bounced after one song.
According to TwinCitiesMedia.net, the Shady Records artist performed one song and stormed off the stage. After twenty minutes of silence, a man came on stage to explain that Yelawolf had just been rushed to the hospital and would no longer be performing.
"I was shocked to say the least," wrote the reporter who was at the show. "I’ve been to hundreds, if not thousands, of shows and I have literally never had anything like this happen before."
"I heard the rumors start circulating that Yelawolf wasn’t actually sick, it was just drama between him and his band but, regardless, Yelawolf wasn’t going to play and now a sold out crowd was left with nothing to do," he continued.
Obviously, fans were angry of the cancellation and voice their displeasure on Twitter. On Monday (Dec. 4), Yelawolf issued a statement and it reads:
Refunds are available at the point of purchase. There's no word on when Yelawolf would resume his tour. Hopefully, he's getting some much needed rest.