Earlier in the month, Lil’ Xan had to cancel his concert because another rapper threatened to shoot him in a clip shared on YouTube. The St. Louis performer, VladHQ, was the one to take shots at Lil’ Xan, and in a video posted online, he fired – what looked like – AR-15 rounds into a lake.
He posted another photograph on social media later with the caption, “Hi, Lil’ Xan, see you later at your show,” alongside what appeared to be AK-47’s. Following the photo, the rapper canceled his performance for the sake of his fans.
Currently, there haven’t been any arrests, but authorities are investigating. Other sources claim that Vlad and Xan are fighting over money, while others argue that the two don’t even know each other.
One person online wrote, “Lil’ Xan doesn’t even know who this guy is. The only reason he had to cancel the show was for the sake of the fans because if someone is making threats like that, it’s a safety concern for everyone there. It’s a risk that no one can take anymore, with all of the shootings and what not.”
This comes after Lil’ Xan allegedly spent the night in the hospital after eating too many flaming Cheetos. In other news, Lil’Xan said it sucks to know that “nobody likes him.”
As it was previously reported, Lil’ Xan was dating Noah Cyrus for a short while before it ended going up in flames. During the summer months, Lil’ Xan stirred up controversy once again for saying that he didn’t like one of hip-hop’s greats, Tupac.
In the rap community, there are certain legends in the scene that people aren’t allowed to speak ill of, with Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G being the biggest examples of this phenomenon.
It is one of the great cardinal sins of hip-hop to speak ill of Tupac, who died in the mid-1990’s. Just one year after, The Notorious B.I.G. was also shot in a drive-by. Lil’ Xan suffered greatly for not putting respect on Tupac.