& # 39; Are we not worth it? & # 39; Queensland fans furious after rapper Childish Gambino announces Australian tour dates … but skips Brisbane
On Monday, Childish Gambino announced that it will perform at arenas in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney from July 14.
But not everyone is happy with the Australian announcement of the headline tour of the acclaimed performer, born as Donald Glover.
Queensland fans have flooded the Live Nation event page with complaints that the rapper is skipping Brisbane.
& # 39; Are we not worth it? & # 39; Queensland fans were furious after rapper Childish Gambino (photo) announced his Australian tour dates on Monday but skipped Brisbane
One person wrote: what about Brisbane / Queensland? Are we not worth it? & # 39;
Another agreed: & # 39; No Brisbane again? & # 39;
While a fellow detractor complained: & # 39; No Brisbane! & # 39; and added a crying face emoji to express their disappointment.
Others complained that Canberra shows were also not announced, with one fan who wrote: & # 39; Why is he so afraid of Canberra? & # 39;
Come here! Queensland fans have flooded the Live Nation event page with complaints that the rapper is skipping Brisbane
The data from the arena will come alongside the already announced headline slot of the 35-year-old for the Splendor In The Grass festival in Byron Bay on July 19.
The Sober hit maker was forced to cancel his tour last November due to a broken ankle.
The injury occurred during a concert in Dallas in October.
Brokenhearted: The Sober hit maker was forced to cancel his tour in November last year due to a broken ankle
In a statement issued at the time by the promoter Live Nation, they said that Donald was not sure that he could perform at full power and deliver the shows he had planned.
& # 39; I am not ready to give 100 percent shows. Apologies to the fans. I will be back soon, & # 39; Donald also added in the statement.
Childish Gambino will hit the Race Arena of Perth on July 14, the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on July 17, Adelaide & Spin Off Festival on July 20 before closing on July 24 at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.
Mammoth tour: Donald will hit Perth's Rac Arena on July 14, Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena on July 17, Adelaide's Spin Off Festival on July 20 before hitting Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on July 24