Lil Durk has reportedly postponed his “Sorry for the Drought Tour” and canceled his headlining performance at Rolling Loud Miami this weekend due to health issues.
PEOPLE reported that yesterday (July 18), DJ Akademiks posted a statement from Lil Durk on his Instagram page, although the Chicago rapper has yet to publicly share the message to his fans himself. “Since I’m still awaiting to get full clearance from my doctors to travel and perform again, I have no other choice but to cancel my headlining Rolling Loud performance,” it read. “While I’m home resting, I am looking forward to my two homecoming shows on the 11th & 12th in Chicago. For the rest of the country, I’ll be announcing new dates soon. #StillHealing.”
“Lil Durk cancels [five] festivals, including $750K Rolling Loud Miami performance and reschedules upcoming tour due to health reasons!!! We got a statement from him exclusively about these cancellations. Get well Durk!!!!” the media personality captioned the social media post.
As previously reported by REVOLT, last Thursday (July 13), TMZ broke the news that the “All My Life” hitmaker spent a week in an Ohio hospital for “severe dehydration and exhaustion.” This unfortunately led him to miss out on a few of his scheduled international shows. “My fans mean everything to me, you’re the reason why I do this,” the 30-year-old told the media outlet. “I was looking forward to touching all of my European fans, performing this week, attending the ESPYs, and more, but, after performing and traveling daily, I’ve become severely dehydrated and advised by my doctors not to travel due to exhaustion. Once I get my full energy back, it’s back to business, which I’m looking forward to.”
Lil Durk was scheduled to kick off the “Sorry for the Drought Tour” alongside Kodak Black, NLE Choppa, and DD Osama on Friday, July 28 in Tampa’s MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre. New dates have yet to be announced.
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