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Lil Baby partied with Travis Scott before canceling the Vancouver show

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Lil Baby was reportedly partying with Travis Scott the night before he was scheduled to perform a show in Vancouver.

Here is everything you need to know.

Lil Baby was caught clubbing before Vancouver no-show

TMZ recently suggested that Lil Baby did not show up to the Vancouver show because of a wild night.

Lil Baby whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones was spotted visiting the Zouk Nightclub in Las Vegas.

According to the images obtained, the 27-year-old rapper danced with the likes of Travis Scott, DJ Drama, and Canela Alvarez. 

The photos come after the fans caused a riot at British Columbia’s PNE Amphitheatre.

Nevertheless, TMZ stated that he was inside the club till 3 am on Sunday. They added that the Atlanta native appeared to look healthy and fit while partying.


As per reports, the security team of Lil Baby tried to stop people from filming him. The celebrity on the other hand draped a towel over his head while he was exiting the Las Vegas nightclub.

Fans riot after Lil Baby canceled his Vancouver show

Lil Baby was expected to perform a two-day Breakout Festival in Vancouver on the 18th of September Sunday. However, it ended in chaos when Lil Baby announced that he was pulling out of his show at the last minute. 

In a video of the clip, we can hear the audience loudly booed when the announcement came through. Furthermore, shortly after, the crowd can be seen tearing tents, throwing garbage cans, and raiding the merchandise booth.

Additionally,  PNE spokesperson Laura Ballance said in an interview, ‘Tonight … fans turned their disappointment into anger, doing significant damage to the PNE Amphitheatre and parts of Hastings Park.’

A day later on the 19th of September Monday, Lil Baby took to his Instagram account to address the incident. He began with an apology that soon turned into disappointment over the reactions of the concertgoers.


The In a Minute singer wrote, ‘I would like to start by saying I truly apologize [to] Vancouver, Canada, the Breakout Festival and everyone who was in attendance.’

Moreover, he continued, ‘I have been going so hard these past few months without any breaks, that it finally caught up with me. My body completely shut down. I owe you guys big time and will, for sure, make up for it soon.’


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