The Game was a no show to his Teesside University concert.
The Game's been making a lot of headlines as of late. Whether it be his beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine or his legal issues. He's currently been on tour in Europe over the course of March where he's been embarking on the "45" tour. However, it looks like one of his concerts became a flop after he failed to show up to perform.
According to GazetteLive, The Game didn't show up to his concert at Teesside University after he allegedly got paid £16K to perform. The concert promoter said that he met up with The Game prior to the show to settle the rest of his performance fee but the rapper didn't hold his end of the bargain.
"We have no idea why he didn’t turn up," the promoter, Junior Masandi said, "He had requested full payment for the show, which we would normally hold off from doing until around an hour before the show. But on this occasion we paid him three hours before. We believed everything was in hand and that he was happy with everything."
The rapper was already sent £8,350 for the performance beforehand and received the remaining £8,150 once they met up.
Masandi admitted that he had an "overwhelming feeling of heartbreak" once he announced the rapper's no-show to those that anticipated the rapper's set. However, Masandi said that he's planning on finding out more once he speaks to his legal team.
Despite the no-show, The Game already arrived to his next tour date in Dublin where he's supposed to perform for a sold-out crowd. We'll let you know what happens.