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Monday, October 29, 2018

Rapper Beef Alert: After Receiving Death Threats in St. Louis, Lil Xan Cancels San Antonio Show

Posted By on Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 6:02 PM

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Lol, oh hip-hop drama.

Since the MGK/Eminem beef has died down, America needs two cisgender, straight white rappers to pay attention to.

Complex reports that St. Louis police are investigating threats made against Lil Xan, causing the rapper to cancel his show in St. Louis earlier this month. Now, Lil Xan has cancelled his show at the Aztec Theatre, which was set for Wednesday night.

According to TMZ, authorities are looking into local St. Louis rapper VladHQ, who repeatedly threatened Xan days leading up to Xan’s concert in St. Louis.

In one video, Vlad can be seen spraying a pond with bullets and threatening to do something similar at the rapper’s show.

At the time of this story, representatives at Aztec Theatre and Live Nation have not said whether or not this show was in relation to the threats made against the rapper.

All ticket sales will be refunded at point of purchase.

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