Drake fans were not too pleased with his headlining set at Lollapalooza Argentina last weekend. According to Tracklist, “the rapper performed for just over 40 minutes,” which is shorter than sets from most headliners and some of the artists on the bill.
Drake also reportedly decided he no longer wanted to livestream his performance. Event organizers were informed minutes before his show began and updated fans via a message on their stream.
“Drake decided, minutes before going on stage, to not permit the live transmission of his show, despite the formal agreement reached earlier,” a translation of the message reads. “We regret the artist’s decision.”
Fans later shared their grievances on social media.
“wow drake’s lollapalooza Argentina performance was complete trashhhhhhh. ended the set 30 min early, cut the livestream 5 mins before the show…,” wrote one Twitter user.
Another fan wrote, “You come to Argentina to become a star, by prohibiting the show from being broadcast live, sh**** garbage. Get out of our country broken face.”
Drake’s shortened Lollapalooza set comes days after he added a few more dates to his It’s A Blur Tour with 21 Savage. Tickets for the 42-show trek are now available.
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