Lil Uzi Vert Flaunts Stacks of Cash After His Day N Vegas Set Was Cut Short

Taking to his social media account, 'The Way Life Goes' rapper lets out several pictures of him laying in a hotel bed which is covered with a lot of money.

AceShowbiz - Lil Uzi Vert is flexing hard on social media. Hours after his set at the 2021 Day N Vegas Festival was cut short, the "XO Tour Lif3" rapper took to his Instagram account to flaunt stacks of cash.

The 26-year-old emcee, real name Symere Bysil Woods, shared on the photo-sharing platform some images of him laying in a hotel bed. The bed was covered with a lot of money which was arranged to look like two women and a heart symbol.

Many have since teased "The Way Life Goes" spitter after seeing the post. One fan in particular wrote, "Let me on that bed." Another individual quipped, "could be me and u fr." A third, meanwhile, called the hip-hop star "DADDY UZI."

This arrived after Uzi's performance at the Day N Vegas Festival on Sunday, November 14 got stopped abruptly. He then angrily threw his microphone to the crowd before walking out the stage.

Uzi's show was reportedly stopped because he showed up late. However, a Twitter user with the handler @JusAire begged to differ. Posting a video from Uzi's performance, the individual explained, " 'Don't stop my rage'- Lil Uzi Vert after being adamant about not taking any breaks. 3 seconds later, @daynvegas2021 stopped the rage."

"For context, Uzi was 30 minutes late for a 50 minute set, but after he got off, a computerized voice told people to step back to give people in the front room," the user went on elaborating in a follow-up tweet. "Feels like they cut his set because of the raging. Never seen this before at a festival. Truly a new era #DayNVegas."

Festival organizers seemingly have learned a lesson from the Astroworld tragedy. A total of ten people, ranging in age from 9 to 27, died following Travis Scott (II)'s chaotic music festival. A hundred others, on the other hand, were injured.

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