Afroman's tour has been taking a huge hit since his recent assault charge. Three of the seven venues that the rapper had scheduled for the coming weeks have already canceled.
According to TMZ, of the three axed shows, Ziggy's by the Sean in Wilmington, NC, boasts very Christian values that don't agree with the "Because I Got High" emcee's actions. Park Street Saloon in Hilliard, Ohio, also reportedly canceled Afroman's scheduled appearance just two minutes after seeing the now viral video of him punching the fan.
While another venue is yet to make a final decision, two others have confirmed that they are moving forward with the scheduled shows.
Afroman's Georgia concert on Wednesday night seemed to go on without a hitch. The rapper said, "The venue supported with excellent security and everyone had a great time."
Afroman was booked for assaulting a 21-year-old female concertgoer while performing in Biloxi, Miss., on Feb. 17. The victim has thereatened to take him to court. Afroman has since publicly apologized for his actions and is seeking anger-management rehab.
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