Future Criticized For Promoting Las Vegas Show After Mass Killings

AllHipHop Staff

Future is being dragged for promoting a Halloween show in Las Vegas, just after scores of people were killed and injured.

(AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop star Future has been slammed for promoting an upcoming Las Vegas concert online, hours after the deadly shooting at the city's Route 91 Harvest Festival.

At least 58 people were killed and over 500 others injured after 64-year-old gunman Stephen Paddock targeted country music fans at the outdoor event, where Jason Aldean had been performing.

As celebrities flocked to social media to express their heartache over the tragedy on Monday morning, a poster popped up on Future's Twitter account advertising the "Mask Off" star's appearance at Sin City nightclub Drai's for its Horror Story Halloween event on 28 October (17).

It was simply captioned, "OCT 28th @DraisLV", but the timing of the promotional post left fans fuming.

"all the s##t goin on in Vegas right now take some time from thinking about yourself & promoting a concert.......in Vegas," wrote one follower, while another replied, "Um? Seriously?".

The tweet is likely to have been a scheduled post and it has since been deleted from Future's Twitter page as of today (October 3).

He has yet to comment on the backlash or the festival massacre, the deadliest in U.S. history.

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He had a show booked b4 the nonsense, contract say he still had to perform. Nothing wrong with promoting his show. Dont let the shooter take more than he already did.


Yeah He Promoted His Show u don't no what he got plan for families of the victims