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Nicki Minaj fans chanted Cardi B's name outside the 3Arena after her last-minute cancellation

Nope, not happening.

NICKI MINAJ CANCELLED her Irish tour date an hour before doors were due to open yesterday and fans were pretty pissed off.

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In a post shared to Twitter from MCD Productions this evening, the late cancellation came down to the weather.

Unfortunately, due to adverse weather conditions which have affected Irish Sea sailings over the last 24 hours resulting in some equipment not arriving, Nicki Minaj has been forced to cancel tonight at Dublin’s 3Arena.

They added that the woman herself wants to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Fans, many of whom had to travel to get to the venue, were not in the slightest bit happy. 

Crowds gathered outside the venue began chanting Cardi B’s name, referencing he ongoing feud between the pair. 

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Cardi was famously ejected from a New York venue during Fashion Week back in September for attempting to start a fight with Minaj by throwing a shoe at her. 

Nicki previously cancelled shows in Bratislava, and recently in Bordeaux, France, hours before the performance. The venues inability to handle her technical equipment was blamed. 

French fans had the idea first, it seems. 

A PR statement read:

Unfortunately the artist, venue and promoters have been unable to reschedule the concert despite great efforts by all parties. 
The adverse weather conditions which affected Irish Sea sailings over the last 24hrs resulted in only half the trucks carrying their equipment arriving ahead of the concert.

Full refunds are available from this Tuesday from point of purchase. Your hotels and tanning costs will have to remain a loss. 

Nicki has made no reference to the cancellation on Twitter or Instagram.

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