Last night Madonna incurred the wrath of her fans in Miami by arriving three hours late to her concert held at the American Airlines Arena. The concert was scheduled to start by 8 p.m but she showed up at a little after 11:30 p.m.
People were so pissed with her that many took to Twitter to voice out their frustration. Some of the tweets are:
The crowd in Miami is booing #Madonna's epic tardiness, walking out en masse and getting refunds. I love the Queen, but this is LATE LATE!
— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) November 20, 2012
#madonna filming Miami concert. Still hasn’t started. 2 hours and a half late. UGHHHH!!!
— Amarys (@amarysmarine) November 20, 2012
So Madonna is near 4 hours late to stage for her Miami show and people are actually waiting?Unreal!I would have demanded a refund after 1 hr
— Kim Desrochers (@golfhockeymom) November 20, 2012
How dare Madonna come on this late at her Miami concert. All her fans have to get back to Century Village.
— Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) November 20, 2012
Apparently Madonna is 3 HOURS LATE in starting her concert in Miami. Hope she's OK, & if she is, that's terribly disrespectful to her fans.
— Dan the Baseball Man (@NJ_baseball) November 20, 2012
Also many fans walked out on the show, demanding and receiving their refund as they left. A fan Olga Skretting, who left the concert early, told NBC Miami, ‘We had to wait over three hours to listen to Madonna, and not even an apology or anything. It was horrible. And the show? Not worth it, not worth the money, not worth our time.’ Another fan Rachel Levins, who also left early, said, ‘I waited for three and a half hours and then she got on stage to talk about how she was putting everybody to sleep. It’s past our bedtime, we have work tomorrow.’
However, despite all odds, Madonna still has faithful fans, such as Stephanie Goodrich, who said, ‘I waited 20 years to see Madonna, I was not happy that I waited almost four hours. But I’m glad I came, it was worth it, it was worth the wait, she’s fantastic, she’s ageless. The wait aside, it was a great concert.’
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