Lady Gaga issues emotional apology to fans after cutting Miami concert short


Lady Gaga recently took to Instagram to share an emotional apology with her fans after she was forced to cut short the final show of her world tour in Miami due to extreme weather conditions. For the uninitiated, the international singer was unable to complete the last night of the Miami tour on September 17, 2022, after a storm reportedly erupted, and the concert was cut short for safety reasons. The singer later took to social media and apologized to everyone for not completing the last night of the tour.

Lady Gaga’s emotional apology

Here’s what the Born This Way singer said to her fans on Instagram: “Hi everyone, thank you so much for coming to the Chromatica Ball. We really tried to finish the show tonight in Miami, but we couldn’t. couldn’t because even when the rain kind of stopped, there were lightning bolts hitting the ground so close to us.

She added: “And look I know for a very long time I’ve always wanted to be like this hard core bad bitch but what I really want is also to be responsible and loving and I don’t know what I would do if something happened to anyone in the audience or to any member of my team, my band, my dancers.

Lady Gaga further stated that she was in a healthier place and said that it was because of the challenges she was facing that she had to cut her show short. She added that it was a healthy decision for her and for everyone.

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The Instagram Post

The House of Gucci star added another Instagram post and wrote, “I’m sorry I couldn’t finish the show it was too dangerous the lightning was unpredictable and changing from moment to moment I t ‘love. Listen, for years some of you called me “monster mother”, in my heart I knew it was better to protect you. Thanks for believing in me. It was the greatest tour of my life and I will cherish this moment forever – it took me a long time to heal, but I did. Of course, of course, I wanted to sing the rain on me for you in the rain. “I’d rather be dry, but at least I’m alive” – ​​I guess I knew this moment would come and I’m so grateful to you, my dancers, my band, the whole crew, my family and my friends. Safety first. I love you. Thank you for the flowers and the cheers and for your understanding. Life matters. #thechromaticaball.

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