A Boogie Labeled Maine’s ‘Public Enemy No. 1’ After No-Show Performance

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Bangor, ME – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s Maine fans aren’t happy with him this week. The Bronx-bred rhymer was slated to host a concert in Bangor, Maine, on Saturday night (November 13) but ended up never showing up to the Cross Insurance Center. 

Concertgoers filled the venue when doors opened around 7 p.m. ET and were even told by the DJ that A Boogie was backstage getting ready to perform. As time went on, word got around from a post by the “Drowning” rapper where he took to Snapchat and Instagram searching for a private jet to Maine ASAP.

“I need a jet to Maine RN somebody hit me ASAP,” he wrote.

As time went on, fans began getting restless and eventually demanded a refund and flipped their middle fingers angrily toward the stage.

Fans finally stormed out of the venue after the DJ announced A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie would not be performing at 10:30 p.m. ET.

“For everybody that came to Maine, I just want to say I’m sorry. This shit got heavy today and I missed my flight. And I couldn’t get more of the PJs, the shit came too late. I put one foot on the damn plane and they called me and told me not to come it was too late.”

During his apology, A Boogie also promised to reschedule the show and make it up to the fans of Maine. The next artist slated to perform at Cross Insurance Center is Polo G on December 10.