In tears, American singer Lady Gaga apologized to his fans for not having been able to conclude in the best way his presentation on Saturday, September 17 in Miami, Floridalast date contemplated in its The chromatica ball, summer stadium tour.
Through her Instagram account, the interpreter of “bad-romance” uploaded a video of the details that led her to finish the concert much earlier than plannedbecause you wouldn’t know what to do if something happened to your viewers, or your team member.
“I don’t know what I would do if something happened to one of the spectators”
In a video lasting two minutes and 26 seconds, the singer from the United States thanked his fans for being on the show The chromatic ball held at Hard Rock Stadiumbut the inclement weather affected the concert.
“We really tried to finish the show at night in miami, because even when the rain stopped, there was lightning that fell directly to the ground very close to us. I know for a long time I always wanted to be that unconditional bad p$”#&, but what I really want is also to be responsible and loving, and I don’t know what I would do if something happened to one of the viewers, or to any member of my team or my band or my dancers.”
According to local media, Saturday was forecast rainfall with a probability of 70%, although they were not expected to be very intense.
“This was the best tour of my life”
In the same social network, Lady Gada he noted that because of the weather, with the presence of lightning, he knew it was best to keep everyone safe.
“This was the best tour of my life and I will cherish this moment forever—it took me a long time to heal, but I did. Sure, OF COURSE I wanted to sing Rain on me for you in the rain.”
He also expressed his gratitude to his followers, dancers, band, “the whole team, all my family and friends. Safety first. I love you. Thank you for the flowers and the applause and for understanding. life matters”.
Likewise, his followers on Instagram expressed their support for the singer Lady Gaga after what happened at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, home of the Dolphins, an NFL team.