The rapper, who's originally slated to perform at 2014 Listen Out in Australia, won't play the festival as he's scrapped his upcoming tour in the country.
YG has canceled the entire dates on his upcoming Australian tour. The news was announced by the organizers of Listen Out 2014, Australian music festival which originally included the rapper on its line-up of performers.
"Unfortunately YG has canceled his Australian tour, so he won't be appearing at Listen Out," reads an official statement posted on Listen Out's Facebook page. "In better lineup news, [two] more touring acts and a host of others will be announced over the next [two] weeks."
The reason behind the rapper's scrapped Australian tour is still unknown. This year's festival will still happen as planned with SchoolBoy Q and popular Australian acts like Flume and Chet Faker among the performers.
The news came shortly after the star canceled his appearance in Spokane, Washington at The Knitting Factory. "Spokane. The show today got pu$hed back. Due to all this f**kin work I gott goin on," he tweeted.
Luckily, he was able to make it to his scheduled show at Made in America festival over the weekend.