Yungblud has been forced to cancel a number of his US dates after his passport was stolen in the UK.
The 20-year-old, whose real name is Dominic Harrison, took to Twitter where he announced the news to his 111,000 followers.
In a short video, the Loner hitmaker explained his situation and promised fans hell make it up to them.
Sat crossed legged on a sofa, the singer said: I am stranded in the UK – my passport got nicked by some idiot, and I cant – Im just so upset about it.
Its really ticked me off, he affirmed.
The singer went on to add: So unfortunately Im gonna have to cancel the Vancouver show, cancel the Portland show, and postpone the Seattle show.
Ive been trying my best to make everything work – I promise you and my team have been.
He continued: All tickets will be refunded or moved over, and I know people have booked long trips – if you have flown or booked a long drive, email [email protected] and Ill make it up to you.
Dont tell a fib to me if you havent traveled, because Ill know! But I promise you Ill make it up to you.
Dom apologised in the caption to the short clip, where he wrote: Vancouver, Portland and Seattle… I am so f***ing sorry, I tried absolutely everything I could.
I will be back soon, but organising something to make it up to you.
But despite being stuck in the UK, it seems as though hes making his extended stay here worth the while, as its just been announced the rocker will be hitting up the Isle of Wight Festival.
Yungblud will be gracing the island with his presence and was excited to let his fans know the news.
In another tweet, he told them: Still in the U.K.! i cant wait to jump on the @IsleOfWightFest line up THIS SATURDAY!
Im on the big top stage at 18:25 … CANT WAIT TO SEE YA THERE!
His followers were quick to comment and couldnt contain their excitement for the announcement.
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IM GOING SEE YOU THERE!! AHH, someone said, while another excited follower beamed: THIS SATURDAY??
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