AceShowbiz - Nicki Minaj upset her fans once again after she was forced to cancel her "The Nicki Wrld Tour" stop in Dublin, Ireland on Friday, March 15. Promoters behind the now-canceled gig announced the sad news on their Twitter account, citing "adverse weather conditions" as the cause of the cancellation.
"Unfortunately, due to adverse weather conditions which have affected Irish sea sailings over the last 24hrs resulting in some equipment trucks not arriving, Nicki Minaj has been forced to cancel her concert tonight (Friday 15 March 2019 at Dublin's 3Arena," so they said in the statement, advising fans to hold onto their tickets until rescheduled date is announced.
Following the cancellation, Nicki posted on Instagram Stories several receipts to prove that she wasn't at fault for the canceled show. In screenshots that she posted on the photo-sharing platform, someone named Scott Mantell was explaining in detail why they had no choice but to cancel the show.
But that didn't stop fans who were already at the venue from expressing their disappointment with Nicki. Seemingly getting the idea from what happened at canceled Bordeaux show, they were seen in a fan-captured video chanting her nemesis Cardi B's name over and over again.
This is the third time Nicki was forced to cancel the European leg of her world tour. Both her shows in Bordeaux, France and Brastilava, Slovakia were axed due to technical issues. "These two cities that had technical issues were cities that I had never been to before and we tried to add them but they just didn't have the power in the building to facilitate my show," she previously said in an Instagram video. "And they didn't tell us until three hours before the show as opposed to when we did sound check, they said it was fine."
She concluded, "But anyway, every artist has technical difficulties and has to cancel shows. I wanna tell you guys that I love you dearly and I really hope to make it up very soon."
The European leg of "The Nicki Wrld Tour", her joint tour with Juice WRLD, is set to wrap up on March 28 in Geneva, Switzerland.