Over the weekend, Megan Thee Stallion’s “Hot Girl Summer” tour hit a major snag in Atlanta. Fans were left disappointed when her State Farm Arena shows were canceled due to a significant water main break in the city. Megan broke the news on Twitter/X, leaving her fans, known as Hotties, heartbroken. What made it worse was that she had teased a “special announcement” for that night just hours before the cancellations.

Some fans had already shown up at the venue when they heard the news, which added to their frustration. Megan took to Instagram Live to talk about the situation, stressing that it was out of her control. “Call the mayor!” she urged. “All day they’ve been telling us we can perform.”

Taking her advice to heart, one particularly disappointed fan called the city’s mayor to voice her frustration. This hilarious moment was captured in a TikTok video by user @shariiah. In the video, the fan didn’t hold back, telling officials, “count y’all days.” The video has since gone viral, garnering over half a million views and plenty of praise for the fan’s forthright approach.

Other fans also chimed in on social media, flooding the comments section with complaints and questioning why they hadn’t been notified about the cancellation sooner. It seems many felt the last-minute announcement was poorly handled, especially given that some had already arrived at the venue.


yeah she called the mayor #countyourdays #megantheestallion #hotgirlsummertour #atlanta

♬ original sound – shariah

Megan Thee Stallion’s Atlanta shows have been rescheduled for tonight (June 2) and tomorrow, but the disappointment among the Hotties is palpable. Despite the rescheduling, the incident has sparked a lively discussion on social media about how such events should be managed in the future.

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