DaBaby has apparently responded to people making fun of him after a “buy one, get one free” ticket offer to one of his shows went viral.
Ahead of his show in Birmingham, Alabama on November 15, various Twitter users pointed out the BOGOF offer for general admission tickets.
Tickets are listed at $22 with a $5.92 fee, with two tickets available for the price of one. The concert is set to take place at Iron City, which has a capacity of 1,300.
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Early Tuesday morning (Nov. 8), DaBaby appeared to respond to tweets on his Instagram Stories where he had some words for those who think he’s “lost it.”
“They think I lost it, n-gga,” he said in the clip, which was filmed after his show in Boston. “Me and Boston just got stupid in this bitch. We just got so stupid. They think I’ve lost it. Boston, they think I’ve lost it.”
He also posted footage from the Beantown show, writing in the caption: “STOP IT. Tell them how we rock Boston.”
“Buy one, get one free” offers come after one The DaBaby concert was reportedly canceled due to low ticket sales. The show, which was scheduled to take place at New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center on September 2, was canceled after less than 500 tickets were sold for the 14,000-seat arena.
One of the show’s promoters, Greg Pulver, cited “business reasons” behind the cancellation and described it as a “postponement” while he worked to put together a replacement show that would possibly have other artists on the lineup.
But the managing director of the booking agency representing DaBaby claimed the rapper’s representatives pulled the plug on the concert after organizers failed to meet the terms of their contract.
“DaBaby’s New Orleans show was pulled by the artist’s team due to the promoter’s breach of contract,” said MAC Agency founder Andrew Lieber. “DaBaby will be back in New Orleans very soon to make it up to his fans.”
Lieber also claimed that more tickets had been sold than what appeared on the Ticketmaster listing, and disputed low ticket sales were behind the cancellation.
During his performance at Full Send Podcast in July, DaBaby claimed he was charging up to $200,000 for club appearances.
“Oh man, it varies, you know? Sometimes I get $200,000,” he said at the time. “I always overplay it though. … If they give you that type of bag, it means it’s love. It means you’ve got that type of draw in that club.”