New information surrounding the young musician has emerged and has Splendour in the Grass organisers realising they are really to blame for this one.
‘Yeah, in hindsight the signs were there that Mr Rapper would potentially pull out of his Sunday night headline spot,’ said one spokesperson.
Chance claims that this is not his fault, stating that he flips a coin the day before any show to determine whether he’ll show up.
‘It’s part of my show, it adds an element of mystery that really gets the people going,’ claims Chance.
Festivalgoers were not happy claiming that it’s ‘not a thing’ to decide when you want to show up to work or not.
‘He’s deranged, I paid good money to see him perform but he thinks he’s Harvey Dent with all this coin flipping. I want my money back,’’ said one festivalgoer.
We interviewed Chance’s parents, Mr and Mrs Rapper to find out what inspired them to give their son such a unique name. According to the couple, shortlisted names for their son were: ‘Low Probability the Rapper,’ ‘‘If I Feel Like It The Rapper’ and ‘George The Rapper.’
‘We were always set on ‘The’ as his middle name but couldn’t decide on his first name. Ultimately, we felt Chance rolled off the tongue the best. Always handy if you’re a Rapper,’ confirmed Chance’s mother, Sherryl Rapper.
No more live performances to come.