Rapper 21 Savage is one of the more popular newcomers in the game, and is currently a high contender for this year’s XXL Freshmen cover. He had a concert scheduled for tomorrow, March 30, at Webster Hall in Manhattan, but FADER reports that it has been forced to move to AVIV in Brooklyn after Webster received a “strong advisory” against the show from the NYPD. The hip-hop police are back at it again!

“New York doesn’t play a lot of bullshit, especially when it comes to gun violence,” said Savage’s manager, Kei Henderson. Looks like this could be a part of a bigger issue at Webster, however.

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FADER’s report points out that Webster Hall canceled its super successful weekly hip-hop night, “House Party” at the beginning of the month, and recently implemented a new dress code as well.

“I think the overall situation sucks,” Shabazz Varnie, host of Electric Circus’ The Players Ball said. 21 Savage’s show is a part of that concert series. “My Lil Yachty show went perfectly fine a few weeks ago and it was at Webster Hall. This sudden cancellation, the recent stop in their weekly House Party series, and these new dress code changes can only make us folks raise our eyebrow.”

Source: FADER