This present show’s on ice, ice, infant.
Vanilla Ice has rejected a 1990s-themed fourth of July show in Austin, Texas, in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
The rapper announced at twitter
“Because of the expansion in COVID-19 numbers in Austin we’re going to move the show to a superior date,” he wrote in an inscription for a video posted Thursday on Twitter. “We were seeking after better coronavirus numbers by July yet lamentably the numbers have expanded a lot so for the wellbeing and soundness of everybody we’re going to remain at home.”
In the video, he stated, “Essentially, I’m not goin’ ” — with a brisk laugh. “I tune in to my fans. I hear all you individuals out there.”
He included that he “didn’t have the foggiest idea about the numbers were so insane in Austin, however, we were trusting it’d be much better by fourth of July, cuz we booked this show quite a while prior.” On Wednesday, the city outperformed 10,000 instances of COVID-19.
Due to the increase in COVID-19 numbers in Austin we’re gonna move the concert to a better date. We were hoping for better Coronavirus numbers by July but Unfortunately the numbers have increased quite a bit so for the safety and health of everyone we’re going to stay home. pic.twitter.com/MWWfNWf3zd
— Vanilla Ice (@vanillaice) July 2, 2020
The 52-year-old rapper conceived Robert Matthew Van Winkle had arranged a legacy occasion at Emerald Point Bar and Grill on the shores of Lake Travis. “The 90s were the best. We didn’t have coronavirus, or mobile phones, or PCs,” he wrote in an Instagram post not long ago. “We had 5.0’s, Blockbuster, ‘Beavis and Butt-Head,’ ‘Wayne’s World,’ Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan … ‘Mortal Kombat’ is still better than ‘Fortnight’ [sic] … the remainder of the extraordinary decades.”
In his undoing video, he stated, “Essentially, just wanna remain safe.”
Vanilla Ice finished off the message with an earnest wish: “Ideally, by New Year’s, this crown poop will have a fix! Please! Go, ninja, go — we’re all set!”