Kodak Black is not pleased about being prevented from performing his full set at Made In America due to his tardiness.
Kodak Black is aggravated that he didn’t get to perform his complete set at Made In America or get any funds for the performance after showing up late.
This past Saturday, the “Super Gremlin” rapper was originally scheduled to take the stage at 6:45 p.m.
The Kodak posted on his Instagram to call the festival out:
“If the artist pulls up late, they keeping all the money even though the people paid for the tickets, they don’t care about fitting the artist on stage accommodates the fans.”
One fan reacted by tweeting that he wanted his money back because of the refusal to let the Florida native perform a complete set:
“I need a refund from Made In Ameria since they didn’t allow Kodak Black to perform, super unprofessional of them.”
On the other hand, another fan expressed a lack of sympathy for Kodak:
“Kodak Black showed up an hour late and was upset he couldn’t perform, these rappers have no etiquette or respect for people’s time and money.”
Fans will have to wait and see if Kodak will ever be invited back to the festival again.
Gucci Mane Gets Sued For Not Showing Up
Kodak isn’t the only who showed up late to a concert, in fact, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is got sued for not showing up at all.
Earlier this year, a Houston concert promoter sued rapper Gucci Mane on six counts including breach of contract, fraud, and conspiracy.
He was seeking up to $15 million in damages and accused Gucci of not showing up to perform after being paid $50,000 in advance for a Missouri concert in 2019.