'Wish I could be with everyone in Tokyo but I'm really sorry I am sick,' tweeted the 'Video Games' singer before her representative releases apologetic statement regarding the cancellation.
Lana Del Rey has once again pulled out of a scheduled concert in Tokyo, Japan. This time around, exhaustion was blamed for the cancellation. In a statement released on Monday, May 28, a representative for the "Born to Die" singer said, "It is with great regret Lana will not be performing in Tokyo today."
"She is suffering from exhaustion and the show had to be canceled," the rep continued explaining the reason behind the calling off of the performance. "Lana says, 'I am really sorry to not have made it over to Japan again, I would love to be there to sing and look forward to performing a show that the fans deserve'."
Del Rey has personally reached out to her Japanese fans to apologize for the cancellation. Making use of her Twitter account, the 25-year-old said, "Wish I could be with everyone in Tokyo but I'm really sorry I am sick." In the same tweet, she promised to make it up to them as writing, "Thinking of you and I will come back soon."
The "Video Games" hitmaker was originally booked to perform in the country earlier this year. The gig, however, was postponed until this month. Still, it wasn't the first time the Internet meme backed out of shows. Back in February, she postponed her concerts in Australia and called off her performance at South by Southwest (SXSW) festival.