Probability the Rapper is apologizing to followers for having to cancel his upcoming Los Angeles live performance on Jan. 16, 2020.
The artist took to social media Saturday (Oct. 5) to announce that he’ll as a substitute be headlining the opening day of L.A.’s Rolling Loud Competition on Dec. 14.
“The L.A. show scheduled for 2020 is not happening due to a radius clause,” a shirtless Probability says within the video clip. “Basically, when I rescheduled my tour to spend more time with the family, I scheduled a date that isn’t actually doable because I have a different L.A. play. My L.A. show is now Rolling Loud fest at the end of 2019.”
The 2-day Rolling Loud, to be held at L.A.’s Banc of California Stadium and Exposition Park, will even characteristic performances by Lil Uzi Vert, Future and A$AP Rocky.
In September, Probability revealed the dates for his upcoming North American enviornment tour in help of his newest album, The Large Day. The 26-day trek will characteristic openers Lil Yachty and Probability’s brother Taylor Bennett.
In his video announcement, Probability apologized to L.A. followers for canceling the present and warranted them he’s working to reschedule the date in 2020. Watch it beneath.