According to Fox News, Lil Wayne declined to undergo a security procedure at Saturday’s 2nd Annual Fall Ball, causing him to cancel his scheduled concert. The rapper was set to perform with Cardi B, 2 Chainz, and Tory Lanez that night. A statement released on Sunday by the managers of the Colonial Life Arena said that the rapper refused to enter the arena when the security personnel sought to apply the venue’s standard procedures. The managers said that they cannot make an exception for the rapper and jeopardize the safety of the people inside the arena.

When asked about what happened, the “Mrs. Officer” artist and his representative declined to comment on the issue.

Fans will not get a refund

Initially, the Colonial Life Arena announced on Sunday that Lil Wayne’s fans would be offered refunds. However, according to reports, a letter was sent to Colonial Life Arena on the same day saying that show promoters Ben Hated, LLC and Victory Promotions had collectively decided not to issue refunds for that event since Lil Wayne was not the event’s headliner.

According to the Colonial Life Arena, they are still negotiating with the show promoters. As of now, nothing is final yet and cannot guarantee the refund of the tickets.

Lil Wayne canceled two shows in less than a month

Earlier last month, Lil Wayne canceled his scheduled Las Vegas show because of seizures. According to reports, the 35-year old rapper was found unconscious in his hotel room at the Westin in Chicago. The rapper was rushed to a nearby hospital in which he suffered another seizure.

The “Sucker for Pain” rapper has been plagued with seizures and has been hospitalized for the last few years. In his past interviews, the rapper admitted that he has been struggling with epilepsy for quite so long already and regularly take medication to control his neurological disorder.

Lil Wayne, born as Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., is an American hip-hop recording artist.

He is the youngest member of Cash Money Records together with Lil’ Doogie. Aside from being the flagship artist of Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne is also the CEO of his own label imprint called Young Money Entertainment, which he founded in 2005. The rapper entered the music industry in 1999 and released his solo debut album “Tha Block Is Hot,” which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. He won the Grammy Award in 2008 with his sixth album “Tha Carter” for the Best Rap Album.