Lil Pump Criticizes Lollapalooza To Cut Your Short

HipHop News Posted on August 5, 2018 at 6:49am

Lil Pump Criticizes Lollapalooza To Cut Your Short

Blame some rowdy fans.

Chicago, IL – Lil Pump was not happy with his set getting cut at Lollapalooza 2018. In a video shared on social media, the "Gucci Gang" creator expressed his dissatisfaction with the festival officials to close his performance in Chicago on Saturday (4 August).

"Lollapalooza, listen, man," he said. "That was fucking bullshit. Y'all stopped my set because everyone was fucking mosh-pitting too hard. People are fainting. I left the show and got to all over the world who are swooning and still cut my set off 'cause everyone was mosh-pitting too hard. I 'bout to cause a riot."

The pump set was marred by the rowdy fans and festival-goers that happens in the crowd. Video of the event showed a noisy scene.

.@lilpump hit the stage at @lollapalooza and sent the crowd into a frenzy 😱#FuseAtLolla with @fakeshoredrive #lollapalooza

— Fuse (@fusetv) on August 4, 2018

Take a look at some of the reaction to the Bomb short Lollapalooza looks below.

This was lil pump at @lollapalooza . We performed a total of 6 songs. Played D Rose two times. Played two XXX songs. And then pouted the rest of the time.

He ran out of the scene three times. Submitted 20 minutes late. He tried to fight against a friend on the stage. He said that "it is not my fault." That is all

— . (@ALEXLARNHART) August 5, 2018

Hey man, I straight-up the past and ended in the med tent, I suppose the lack of water and caught in a mosh pit, started by the artist, it is not good for ya...

— Tyler (@tyvillarreal19) August 5, 2018

Shining moment of the life: A fight broke out in the middle of a mosh pit at @lilpump and I was the first to shout worldstar. @lollapalooza is big.

— Ryan (@RyanCody24) On August 4, 2018

Lil Bomb "set" (if you want to even call it that) at Lollapalooza is just a lack of respect lmao

— Chloe (@chloe_dillinger) on August 4, 2018

Hey @lollap


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