King apologizes after Dallas concert stops midway: “Heartbroken and bummed”

Badshah Issues Apology After His Dallas Concert Stopped Midway:

Badshah shared this photo. (Etiquette: the emperor,

New Delhi:

Rapper Badshah apologized to his fans on Saturday after he had to cut short his concert in Dallas, US due to a “discrepancy” between a local promoter and production company. The rapper is currently on tour in the US and Canada in support. His third studio album, There was a king, titled The Paagal Tour 2024, started in May and will end in August. Badshah posted a statement on his Instagram page saying he was “heartbroken” to have to cut short his performance at the Curtis Culwell Center in Dallas.

“Dallas, I am literally devastated and devastated by what happened today. You guys are incredible and deserve better.

“I was looking forward to performing in your city but due to a discrepancy between the local promoter and the production company, I had to cut short the set and stop midway through the show,” he said.

The 38-year-old musician said promoters need to be better equipped, especially for large-scale shows, as it takes a lot of energy and effort to put together a tour.

“It’s not fair to the fans who spent their hard-earned money to buy these tickets, and it’s certainly not fair to the entire crew who poured their hearts into this tour. We rehearse for weeks, plan for months, and travel tirelessly to give you the best experience possible.

“The music industry is all about respect – as much respect for the fans as it is for the artists and support crew,” he added.

Badshah said his management team “tried everything within their control” to recover the situation and make it run smoothly.

“We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, frustration and irritation caused by this sheer lack of management on the part of the promoter. We will ensure that things are managed better in the future with a more capable promoter team that prioritizes a quality experience and understands music and music. Tourism is a serious business. .

“I promise to come back, and it’s going to be bigger, better and bolder! Thank you for always being there and having my back,” he concluded his statement.

As part of Pagal tour, Badshah has so far performed in cities like Washington DC and Houston.

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