Justin Timberlake apologizes to his Buffalo fans for postponing a concert in the New York City.
Undisclosed health reasons forced Timberlake to move his Madison Square Garden to that Friday. The singer took to his Twitter to postpone his February 19th show, just hours before he was to hit the stage. The shuffling of dates also caused his February 22 Buffalo show to be postponed four and a half months to July 9.
Timberlake kept mum on Twitter about the Buffalo postponement opting for a more personal apology. The former ‘N Sync member appeared on “The Tonight Show” and offered this apology:
“Hi Buffalo, I’m Justin Timberlake and I want to say I’m sorry for postponing my concert… I know what you’re saying: ‘I don’t want an apology, I want a concert.’ Trust me, I hear you Buffalo. But there’s no reason to raise your voice. We’ve got a good thing going, and I don’t want to mess that up. So I’ll tell you what I’m going to do. I’m coming back July 9th and you’d better be ready. We’re going to party and… if you’re not satisfied, Jimmy Fallon is going to come to your house and give you a full body massage. I’m talking hot stones, wax, everything! So I’ll see you this summer, Buffalo!”
Tickets for the original Buffalo date will be honored. Refunds are also being offered.