Without authorization, the rapper saw his concert stopped by the police even before having started, Wednesday, July 21, in Sables-d’Olonne.
Immediately arrived, immediately left. Without authorization, rapper Lujipeka, from the Columbine collective, could not perform as he had planned, at Tanchet beach, in Sables-d’Olonne, Wednesday, July 21.
Noticing a crowd of around a hundred people gathered around the artist’s mini-tourbus, shortly before 2 p.m., the police immediately intervened to put an end to the party.
“We came from Angers on purpose”
Touring the beaches on the Atlantic coast, Lujipeka had announced for several days to his 238,000 subscribers on Instagram the holding of a date in Sables-d’Olonne. But without permission for a public gathering, the police asked the artist to leave the scene.
Reasonably, the rapper urged his fans to disperse after still being able to give them souvenir t-shirts. “ We will come back next time doing things according to the rules, for a real concert He promised the crowd.
Before leaving, Lujipeka was still able to give t-shirts and other gifts to his fans. © Ouest-France
Disappointed, the public also quickly left. “ We had come from Angers on purpose so it’s sure we’re disgusted, laughs Emma, 16 years old. But hey, we saw it, it’s already cool. “