Drake is having a rough go of things at the South American Lollapalooza festivals. Earlier this month, the Canadian hip-hop superstar drew criticism for his last-minute decision to revoke Lollapalooza Argentina’s permission to livestream his headlining set, which reportedly only lasted between 40 and 50 minutes. Now, Drake is under fire for canceling his headlining performance at Lollapalooza Brasil, a decision announced hours after the rapper was seen at a Miami strip club with 50 Cent.

Drake was due to close out the Saõ Paolo festival on Sunday night, but that morning a statement from the festival announced his cancelation citing production issues.

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, Drake is without members of his sound and production team, essential to the realization of the Lollapalooza show in Saõ Paulo,” a translated post from the festival’s social media said. “Drake was excited to perform for his fans in Brazil. Unfortunately, this is beyond his control. Sorry.”

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Festival organizers tapped Skrillex—who was not previously on the Lollapalooza Brasil lineup—to replace the rapper. Drake wasn’t the only cancelation from this year’s edition of the traveling festival, with Willow, Dominic Fike, Blink-182, Omar Apollo, and 100 Gecs also pulling out. The festival, founded by Perry Ferrel, offered refunds for any ticketholders who did not attend the third day in light of the lineup change.

Hours before the festival cancelation, Drake was seen at a 50 Cent-curated event at Miami’s Booty Trap On The River. Videos on social media show Drake and 50 Cent partying and chatting at the club in the early hours of Sunday morning, per CNN Brasil. It is not clear what effect—if any—the appearance had on Drake’s decision to cancel at Lollapalooza.


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