WATCH: Shock as TheWeeknd QUITS Los Angeles show after TWO songs

WATCH: Shock as TheWeeknd QUITS Los Angeles show after TWO songs. Image: Christian Bertrand/Shutterstock.com

SINGER-SONGWRITER TheWeeknd WALKS OUT in the middle of a sold-out show at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

During his Los Angeles show on Saturday, September 3 (local time), Canadian singer TheWeeknd sensationally QUIT after just two songs. He came out and apologised and announced everyone would get their money back and left.

Videos circulating on social media show the shocking moment and people have begun reacting to TheWeeknd‘s walkout.

“The Weeknd cancelled the concert two songs in!” one person said.

“@TheWeeknd just lost his voice in the middle of a sold-out show at SoFi Stadium. Came out and apologised and announced everyone would get their money back and left,” Kenny Holmes said.

One person wrote: “Singer and songwriter ‘The Weeknd’ shut down his concert at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles after losing his voice.

“He only performed two songs before shutting the show down. Details regarding a rescheduled show are unclear.”

While another said: “The Weeknd just ended his show after only a few songs, saying he had unexpectedly lost voice. “This kills me,” he said, as he came out to personally apologise to the Los Ángeles crowd at SoFi Stadium.

“I love you,” he added before making an exit.

“The Weeknd just ended his show because he lost his voice. Everyone started booing and he walked off crying it looked like,” said another.

While Perez Hilton said: “Is this because of #KanyeWest? #TheWeeknd JUST cancelled his concert! Still unclear why!”

“Update! The Weeknd allegedly lost his voice.”

The 32-year-old issued an apology on Twitter.

“My voice went out during the first song and I’m devastated. Felt it go and my heart dropped. My deepest apologies to my fans here. I promise I’ll make it up to you with a new date.”

His fans reacted.

“@theweeknd i love you, rest your voice baby. don’t be too hard on yourself. we are all here for you”

“Rest well and feel better soon, we love you Abel ♥️”

“wow i’m no longer a fan after this!!”

“don’t apologise abel it happens to the best of us, just focus on yourself and take care of yourself while you heal and everything else will work itself out, we’re proud of you always💞”

“we love you so much. praying for your recovery🥺”

“Rest up Abel 💕”

This was the second of two sold-out dates at the NFL stadium, which serves as the home for the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.


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Matthew Roscoe

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