Chance the Rapper has pulled the plug on the European leg of his 'Magnificent Coloring World Tour' due to ''personal reasons.''
Chance the Rapper has cancelled his tour.
The 'No Problem' hitmaker - whose real name is Chancellor Bennett - was meant to perform in Dublin, Ireland, and Manchester, England, this month for his 'Magnificent Coloring World Tour' but he's been forced to pull out due to ''personal reasons.''
MCD - the concert promoter - said in a statement on Facebook: ''It is with regret that Chance the Rapper has to cancel the remainder of his European tour due to personal reasons. These are two shows at the Helix in Dublin and one show at the Apollo in Manchester. He sends his apologies for this and looks forward to returning to Europe in 2017. Refunds are available from point of purchase.''
The 23-year-old rapper hasn't just commented on the reason for pulling the plug on his European dates, but this isn't the first time he'd cancelled concerts as he previously pulled out of a charity gig in New York in May after falling unwell with a mystery illness.
Chance's decision to axe the leg comes just days after his friend Kanye West was forced to cancel his 'Saint Pablo' tour due to extreme exhaustion and fatigue.
The 39-year-old star is currently in hospital after he reportedly suffered a ''psychotic breakdown'' and had to be sectioned under the 5150 hold.
Chance reached out Kanye earlier this week during an interview with the BBC.
He said: ''I want to extend a special prayer to my big brother Kanye West. I want to just extend this prayer and this love from all the way in Britain...''