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Lil Xan has pretty successfully canceled himself.
The 22-year-old rapper recently pulled out a gun on and hurled racial slurs at someone in Los Angeles, California. His concerts have also been getting canceled.
In a now-viral video, Lil Xan can be seen pulling a gun on a man who reportedly asked why Lil Xan once called Tupac’s music “boring,” according to TMZ. The incident occurred in a 7-Eleven parking lot at 10pm on June 7.
The man filming the video said he confronted Lil Xan and then called him a “bitch,” to which Lil Xan responded, “What the fuck you want, bruh? Get the fuck out, N-word.”
As Lil Xan walks back to his car, along with his girlfriend, Annie Smith, he pulls out a handgun and points it at the man filming the video. The two continue to yell back and forth, and Smith yells, “You started it, dumb fuck.”
The Los Angeles Police Department is now investigating the incident after the man who filmed it filed a report.
Lil Xan responded to the incident, saying he was using “self-defense” when brandishing the gun.
A day before the incident, Lil Xan announced via Instagram that four of his upcoming shows would be canceled.
“I was so excited to see you guys but your city’s promoters are the ones who canceled them not me,” he wrote.
Then on Sunday, Lil Xan was trolled on Twitter after someone posted that tickets to his concert were selling for just $2.
Lil Xan concert tickets are now going for just $2. pic.twitter.com/0QOclQd1uk— say cheese (@Saycheese_Media) June 9, 2019
OK, so the concert tickets are probably not $2, but the responses spawned from the post are hilarious.
Twitter users are now posting what they would rather spend $2 on, like tacos or a pack of gum. One user even said that they would rather buy half a “4 for $4” meal from Wendys.
Lil xan or 3 packs of Extra gum. pic.twitter.com/W9ybC2s2XP— Taylor Drake (@taylordrake538) June 10, 2019
Lil Xan or a two day pass/subscription to Brazzers. pic.twitter.com/S33MPNEAhQ— Taylor Drake (@taylordrake538) June 10, 2019
Please I can get 4 tacos from jack in the box— Bobby chill (@ChillDauterive) June 9, 2019
I can get half a fo fo fo— afrodescendiente (@CaliBelleShi) June 10, 2019
I’m coo i rather watch my dog sleep or watch a snail move acrosss the ground fam ..— (justdylan) (@dylan_justdylan) June 10, 2019
Others, probably beyond young millennials and Generation Zers, seemed to have literally no idea who Lil Xan is.
- ‘Lil Billie Xanish’ is the deepfake mashup of Billie Eilish and Lil Xan
- Lil Xan released from hospital after Hot Cheetos overdose
- Lil Xan and Noah Cyrus breakup drama documented on Instagram
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Katie Balevic is an editorial intern at the Daily Dot where she enjoys covering social justice issues and politics. Her previous work has appeared in the Daily Texan, the Victoria Advocate, and the Houston Defender.