Lady Gaga had to cancel her show at Miami Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday due to rain and lightning.
The pop star apologized to her fans on Instagram in tears.
“We really tried to finish the show in Miami tonight, but we couldn’t because even when the rains stopped for a bit, there was lightning that fell so close to us,” she said in a video post.
“I know I wanted to be that hardcore bad b–ch for a long time, but what I really want is to be responsible and loving too, and I don’t know what I would do if something happened to anyone in the audience, or a member from my crew or my band or my dancers.”
Ironically, fans were waiting for the performance of her 2020 single “Rain on Me” when the show was canceled.
“I’m sorry I couldn’t finish the show, it was too dangerous. The lightning was unpredictable and changed from moment to moment,” the “Bad Romance” singer said in a separately written message.
‘Look, some of you have called me ‘mother monster’ for years, in my heart I knew it was better to protect you. Thank you for believing in me.”