Disgruntled Brent Faiyaz Fans React To Tour INSTANTLY Selling Out

Twitter stans are unleashing their wrath on Ticketmaster once again, and it’s over the elusive tickets to Brent Faiyaz‘s upcoming tour.

The “ROLLING STONE” artist announced the exciting news earlier this week, though fans have steadily been begging in his Instagram comment section for quite some time.

The 30-city tour will last from July 16 to November 19, and it will ultimately run through twelve different countries.


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Many Found The Tickets To Be LONG GONE: ‘Ruined My Whole Day’

With such a highly-anticipated tour being announced on such short notice, fans were READY to secure their tickets.

When the day finally came, however, many were left disappointed, as the tickets sold like hotcakes!

As a result, people pinned the blame on the usual suspects: Ticketmaster, resellers, and “everyone who got tickets but only knows two songs.”

Humorously, someone mimicked fake fans who always manage to secure tickets, as she tweeted Bryson Tiller lyrics while jokingly proclaiming, “Copped my Brent Faiyaz tickets!!!”


Users Continue Pouting As Fortunate Fans Celebrate

As the tweets continued rolling in, some compared their hopefulness to being pure clownery.

One user even proclaimed, “I don’t think the Brent Faiyaz tickets ever existed.” Not fans bringin’ in the existential quandaries!

While some laughed at themselves, others were panini PRESSED over not copping the goods.

However, not everyone despaired, as some extra-lucky fans emerged victorious.

It’s Been ROUGH For Concertgoers Recently

Of course, this is far from the first time concert tickets have caused trouble in recent months.

As The Shade Room previously reported, ticket prices for Drake and 21 Savage‘s It’s All A Blur Tour sparked many reactions online.

Eventually, a law firm based in Montreal, Canada, sued Ticketmaster for “intentionally mislead[ing] consumers for their own financial gain.”

Ahead of this, drama erupted over tickets to Taylor Swift‘s The Eras Tour. This led officials to warn Ticketmaster that they were “watching” as tickets for Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR went on sale.



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