Kodak Black's Dying to Live Tour isn't going very smoothly.
Hours after the FBI raided his tour bus in Washington, D.C., the Florida rapper announced last-minute changes to his two-night stop in NYC. The shows were to take place Thursday and Friday night at the Hammerstein Ballroom; however, Kodak just informed fans that the venue for tonight's show had been changed to United Palace.
"All tickets for the April 25th Hammerstein Ballroom show will be honored at United Palace," a memo read on his Instagram page. "The GA Hammerstein tickets will be exchanged for a seat at United Palace upon admission. Seat locations will be distributed on a first come, first served basis."
United Palace confirmed the venue switch on its official social media pages. The company also confirmed that the Friday night show was completely scrapped.
"The April 26th show has been canceled and tickets will be refunded. Tickets are available for tonight's show on Ticketmaster," the venue wrote. "For all ticketing inquires, contact Ticketmaster. Please direct venue questions to our box office at (212) 568-0915. For the United Palace House Rules and List of Prohibited Items, please visit UnitedPalace.org."
Kodak was also forced to cancel a number of North American shows this month, following his arrest at the U.S.-Canada border. The rapper and members of his entourage were arrested last Wednesday on weapons- and drug-related charges.
"During the initial inspection, the U.S. citizens admitted to being in possession of marijuana and firearms," U.S. Customs and Border Protection wrote in a statement. "During a secondary inspection, it was revealed that the weapons were possessed unlawfully in New York State and subsequently the marijuana, firearms and subjects were turned over to the New York State Police for further processing."