Alkaline has released a statement after his show in Brixton was cancelled on Sunday.
Fans of the Dancehall artist were left disappointed when promoters were forced to cancel the show citing public safety.
Hundreds of Vendetta fans reportedly broke into the venue after they refused to pay for tickets.
In a statement released on Tuesday via his official website Alkaline Music, the “Champion Boy” deejay apologised to his fans.
“We apologize to all our fans who came out to see Alkaline at the O2 Brixton Academy,” the statement read.
“It was an unfortunate situation, as the artiste himself was disappointed, he was ready to perform for his fans.”
“However, as a result of failure to control the crowd, and the assessment of potential damages, the event could not go on and for this we apologize to the fans and all who were affected as a result.”
Meanwhile, many persons have since took to social media to share their discontent after Sunday’s incident.
According to sources a riot broke shortly after news began to circulate about the cancelation leaving one injured.
Many fans are now demanding a full refund of £42 after standing outside the venue for hours.
“The crowd is going wild, persons are fighting outside,” one eyewitness told The Tropixs on Sunday. “The police blocked the roads and are now using pepper spray” another added.
There was also reports of heavy police presence and Helicopters in Brixton.
This isn’t the first time a show for the “Badness It Name” deejay has been cancelled in the UK. Alkaline suffered several cancellations last year during his “New level Unlocked” tour.