The Rolling Loud California music festival was marred with a series of performance cancellations and set cuts, but none were as peculiar as Blueface’s. The rapper was reportedly denied entry to the festival by the police, which caused him to miss his scheduled performance.

Blueface took to his Twitter account earlier today to inform his fans that he was stopped by the police from hitting the stage at the Rolling Loud California music festival held in Inglewood, California.

“Sorry rolling loud they hit my bus police ain’t let us in [toy gun and police officer emojis].”

The rapper failed to provide any clarification as to exactly why the police prevented him from performing.

The cancellation of Blueface’s performance has created a buzz on social media, with fans expressing their disappointment and frustration. Some fans are demanding answers from both the Inglewood California Police Department and Blueface’s representatives. It remains unclear whether Blueface will be able to perform at a future Rolling Loud event or if he has any plans to reschedule the missed performance.

As of now, the reason behind the police action that prevented Blueface’s performance is unknown. The Inglewood California Police Department and Blueface’s rep have yet to comment on the turn of events that transpired today.

In conclusion, Blueface’s unexpected cancellation has become a topic of discussion among fans and has raised many questions about the circumstances that led to his performance being canceled. The incident serves as a reminder that even the biggest artists are not immune to unexpected setbacks and cancellations.

Have you ever experienced a concert set being cut short? Share your experience in the comments below.

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