Nicki Minaj forced to cancel another European concert due to technical difficulties

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The reason was cited as the inability to accomodate the tour's needs.

She concluded, "But anyway, every artist has technical difficulties and has to cancel shows". The "No Frauds" performer emphasized it was not in her best interest to lose money and aggravate her fans. "I love performing for my fans", she explained.

"We've been trying for hours to get the show to work, and the building says they don't have the power in this building to make this show work", she said onstage to the concert goers. "I'm more excited than you are before the show", she explained in the video. Remember how BET dissed her in a tweet, which they were forced to apologize for, because her nemesis Cardi B was winning awards left and right?

Nicki Minaj is not really having a banner year. She didn't let her fans know the Bordeaux concert wasn't going ahead until they were already in the arena and understandably they were absolutely fuming.

Minaj apologized in an Instagram video, citing technical reasons - the same reason she gave for canceling a February 22 show in Bratislava, Slovakia.

An upset fan tweeted, "Another flop in the basket".

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The Anaconda hitmaker was set to hit the stage at the Arkea Arena on Saturday (09Mar19), but pulled out of the show hours before it was scheduled to begin because the power in the building could not accommodate her show.

Surely, Minaj must be exhausted of Cardi B's name being thrown at her, especially after BET shamed the "Queen" earlier this year following the Bronx rapper's historic Grammy win.

Nicki Minaj pushed back against the criticism in a tweeted where she wrote, "Why would an artist cancel a show & lose money?"

Minaj will perform Monday in London, England.

"The other night I was part of something so mortifying and so humiliating to go through in front of a bunch upper echelon ... people who have their life together", she said during an episode of her Queen radio show on Apple Music's Beats 1.

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