Lauryn Hill sparks outrage among her fans during her tour in Toronto. The singer arrived late to the venue on Wednesday.
To make things worse, Hill only performed for her fans for 45 minutes. During the show, the singer also criticized her live band and technical crew.
Even though she was able to sing 10 songs, Hill rushed through each one of them. The singer's performance wrapped up with her rendition of Drake's "Nice For What."
Fans immediately took their thoughts to Twitter following Hill's concert. One of them said that she is extremely disappointed with the singer.
"So disappointed in the Lauryn Hill concert tonight. Made fans wait over an hour and then performed 45 mins max. Could barely recognize the songs she attempted to sing. Cash grab for sure. Don't waste your money or time!" wrote one fan.
"Lauryn Hill was a big let down last night. From her unrecognizable songs, constant criticism of her band, the shortest performance of the show, and throwing off all of Toronto with that terrible 'Nice For What' remix. She still the queen though," wrote one concertgoer.
Another concert attendee also agreed with another fan who said that Hill is an embarrassment for being a one album legacy artist. Other fans also said that they will no longer watch Hill perform live ever again. As of late, Hill has not yet issued an apology to those who were at her Toronto show.
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Luckily for the singer, she still has the opportunity to redeem herself as the North American leg of her tour continues in St. Petersburg, Florida on July 29. The singer's series of shows of will wrap up on Oct. 3 in New Orleans.
Hill is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and actress. She is a member of the band Fugees. The singer rose to fame following the release of her critically acclaimed solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. In 2008, she dropped Ms. Hill.
Some of the singer's most popular songs are "Doo Wop," "Ex-Factor," "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You," "Ready or Not," "Everything Is Everything," "Nothing Even Matters," "Turn Your Lights Down Low," "To Zion," "Lost Ones," "His Eye Is On the Sparrow," "I Get Out," "Final Hour," "When It Hurts So Bad," "I Used to Love Him," "Forgive Them Father," "Tell Him," "Mystery of Iniquity," and more.