There's been a spate of rappers canceling arena shows because they overestimated their appeal and failed to sell enough tickets.
MoneyBagg Yo is doing it differently.
He booked a show in Detroit this weekend at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre, which has a capacity of 6000, about half an arena.
However, the show was canceled by Fire Marshalls because it was over-capacity.
"The safety of our concert goers is our first priority. On Sunday, August 20, IBGM promotions hosted and rented the facility for the Moneybagg Yo Larger than Life tour, however due to circumstances beyond our control the length of the show was impacted by crowd control issues," the venue said in a statement. "While it is our goal to provide an enjoyable experience for those who attend events at the venue, we will always put safety first, and abide by the regulations set in place by the City of Detroit."
Earlier this month, Yo was accused of having to cancel his shows in Philly and Orlando because of low ticket sales.
We guess he needs to do a better job geographically distributing his fans.