R&B singer Ashanti’s concert at Stony Brook University was canceled after only 24 tickets were sold.
According to Bossip, the university released a statement explaining that the show was canceled due to “low ticket sales.”
“As an organization, we do our best to host programs for students while providing diversity and inclusion,” they relayed. “However, we have struggled to execute certain aspects. With only a week before the concert, only 24 tickets were sold to students.”
Teyana Taylor was the original headliner of the event, but she reportedly pulled out two weeks prior to the event, so it gave little time for the university to promote Ashanti as the headliner.
Sounds like it isn’t Ashanti’s problem or fault. It was also her birthday recently so she ain’t worried.
Please see the official statement from the university below.