Nicki Minaj tells Ireland 'I love you' after cancelling Dublin gig

Nicki Minaj has tweeted to say "Dear Ireland I Love You".

It comes after her Dublin gig was cancelled last night at the last minute because due to bad weather conditions on the Irish Sea.

The singer has cancelled three shows in three weeks.

The latest gig which was set for the 3Arena in Dublin was cancelled because her equipment was stuck on trucks which could not make it across the Irish Sea.

Full refunds for the tickets will be available from Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the artist, venue and promoters have been unable to reschedule the concert.

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