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Azealia Banks Forced To End Performance Early Twice In A Week
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Azealia Banks was recently in Melbourne to perform at the Listen Out Festival. She walk out on her Australian fans only 90 seconds into her set after a can was thrown at her on stage. Her set was originally supposed to last 50 minutes. After dropping her mic on Saturday night, a chorus of boos accompanied Banks as she left the stage as her opening song ‘ATM Jam’ kept playing. Listen Out Festival released a statement saying:

 

Azealia Banks was forced to cut her set short last night at the Listen Out Festival in Melbourne on 5th October 2013. This was as a result of a member of the audience throwing a full can of beer at her on stage. The incident made Azealia and her stage crew feel unsafe. Banks would like to apologize to those fans in the audience whose experience was affected by the behavior of one individual. – Listen Out Festival

 

Only six minutes after leaving the stage, Banks took twitter to say:

 


 

Soon after, she let her followers know that she was heading off for sushi… Showing the twitter-sphere that she was feeling just fine after leaving the stage.

 


 

On Sunday she tweeted:

 


 

A similar event occurred at Listen Out Festival in Sydney the weekend before when another beer can was thrown at the MC 15 minutes into her headline set. Aussie fans reportedly took social media to demand refunds for the $132 ticket to the festival.

 
Via: CraveOnline
 

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