Two of aspiring rapper Kevin Federline's live performances were cancelled on Monday Oct 30th, one day before his debut album is set to be released.
Intended to become famous and success apparently never comes easy for Kevin Federline. The self-called rapper has to unfortunately cancel his live performances on Monday Oct 30th, just one day before his debut album "Playing With Fire" is set to hit stores.
It is said that Federline is planning to launch his new LP with five guest appearances around the US. In fact, poor ticket sales has forced him to cancel two and possibly three shows. Per American publication Star, his November 9th gig at House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio has already been canceled despite the fact that tickets were priced at an affordable $20-$22.
Worse, Federline's another performance at the House of Blues in Atlantic City, New Jersey has also been canceled. Tickets to that show were selling for $15-$17 each. A message on the venue's website states, "Show has been cancelled. There is no rescheduled date. Refunds are available at point of purchase."
In other Federline's news, his gig scheduled on November 4th at New York City's Webster Hall also would probably been canceled with an insider at the venue telling the New York Post that so few of the $20 tickets have been sold, "We may just cancel it."