Nicki Minaj’s Upcoming Euro Tour Stops Won’t Have Same Tech Issues According to Venues

Nicki Minaj’s next concert venues are scrambling to avoid the wrath of her fans by making sure they have enough power for the show, and to spare Nicki from hearing more “Cardi B” chants.

TMZ contacted 4 of her upcoming tour stops and they all confirmed that they do indeed have enough electricity to meet her show’s technical requirements.

As basic as this requirements sound, Nicki had to scrap performances in Slovakia and, most recently, France due to power problems.

While she eased the disappointment for Slovakian fans by signing autographs from the stage — the French got a little nasty.

As was reported, some fans who were already inside the Bordeaux theater when the show was canceled started chanting “Cardi B” — about the lowest blow they could throw at Nicki.

All told, Nicki has 10 shows left on her WRLD Tour, but venues in Birmingham, Glasgow, Amsterdam and Zurich have made assurances that they’re good to go.

Things could get a little tricky for the other 6 shows. She has a March 22nd gig in Frankfurt, Germany, and reps for that venue tell us they’re relying on her production team’s technology, which doesn’t exactly exude confidence that they can pull it off.

Statuses of her other 5 concerts in Ireland, England, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg are still to be determined.

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