Afroman is scheduled to perform this weekend at Wally’s Pub in Hampton, NH.
Afroman may be facing additional ramifications for his violent outburst at a concert last week.
TMZ is reporting that Afroman has lost almost half of his upcoming tour dates due to venues deciding to cancel his appearances.
According to the celebrity gossip site, two different venues have already scrapped the “Because I Got High” rapper’s show: Park Street Saloon in Columbus, OH and Ziggy’s By the Sea in Wilmington, NC.
Both locations have already updated their site’s calendars, and Ziggy’s By the Sea is offering fans that have already purchased tickets, a full refund. The venue reportedly told TMZ they have a “very Christian audience that won’t tolerate violence against women.”
Last week, Afroman struck a female fan on her face after she strolled onstage during one of his tour dates in Biloxi, MS.
After he was arrested and released on bail, Afroman provided a bit of perspective on the incident: “I wanna apologize for my actions,” he told TMZ. “I’m enrolling in some anxiety foundation right now… I love my fans. I go early these days to meet and greet them, hang out with them.”
According to Songkick.com, Afroman is scheduled to perform this weekend, Saturday (February 28) at Wally’s Pub in Hampton, NH.
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