Fans were disappointed last night as Drake cancelled his March 27 concert in Amsterdam. Doors opened as planned at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome last night, and fans filled the stadium, waiting for over an hour only to be told the 6 Man wouldn’t be able to perform. "I'm really sorry to tell you that tonight's show cannot take place. Drake got sick. His doctor told him not to perform. Tickets will stay valid for the show on Wednesday as he wishes to bring his fans the best show in the world," explained an employee of the promotion company Mojo Concerts.

Some Drizzy stans were especially peeved as it was the third time this year Drake has rescheduled Amsterdam concerts on the European leg of his current 'Boy Meets World' Tour. He was originally supposed to perform January 20 and 21, but5 those were moved to January 26 and 27 before they were subsequently postponed to March 27 and 28. The March 27 show is set to be rescheduled for Wednesday, March 29.

Drake has had quite the eventful tour, with surprise guests like The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj joining him onstage and, biggest of all, dropping his More Life playlist last week. Hopefully Drake will be back to normal in time for tonight’s scheduled performance. We humbly suggest steering clear of Amsterdam's smoke filled “cafés" today.

Listen to More Life below.

In other music news, Chance the Rapper is on the lookout for a new intern. Get the full details here.

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