Toronto Is Angry About Summer Walker's Concert

The singer says the show was delayed at the border even though she was posting to Instagram nonstop
Toronto Is Angry About Summer Walker's Concert
In opening up about her struggles with social anxiety earlier this month, Summer Walker cancelled a number of her tour dates ahead of a lone Canadian stop in Toronto last night (November 25). However, plenty of fans in the city walked away disappointed after the singer-songwriter showed up late for her performance, posting on social media all the while.

Walker was set to play Toronto's Rebel last night on her "The First and Last Tour" and was expected to take the stage at 10 p.m. Despite doors opening two hours prior, attendees were having enough trouble getting into the venue and soon took to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the lengthy wait in the cold temperature.
Those who avoided the hours-long wait outside of the venue didn't find much of an improvement indoors either. As user @Moniquekrj recalled, "we got trampled going in, some girl threw up twice in the crowd, someone's wig got snatched [off] their head."
 
Fans weren't impressed by Walker's Instagram story updates throughout the hours leading up to the show, in which she documented her trip from the hotel, to the venue, and eventually to the venue's green room alongside producer/boyfriend London on Da Track. One snap saw her write "I looooove Toronto," though it was clear those left waiting in the cold didn't feel the same way.
 
After snapping a few photos backstage with Drake, Walker reportedly took the stage a little after 11 p.m. and allegedly performed for under an hour.
 
Today, promoter RapSeason shared a statement Walker provided to The Shade Room, in which she told the site that the delays were "due to her equipment being stuck at the U.S.-Canadian border." The site notes that "her team did not make her aware of any complications, and she got on stage when she was told," but the social media pile-on has continued.
 

UPDATE (11/27, 3 p.m. EST): Walker has now attempted to further explain the cause of the delay via Instagram Live. You can read more about that here.

Walker is touring behind her debut Over It, which arrived in October. Earlier this year, Drake lent a guest verse to a remix of her "Girls Need Love."