Mac Miller has bowed out of his performance at this year's Woo Hah! Festival 2016 due to health issues.

The Pittsburgh rapper's team released a statement about the cancellation which reads: “Malcolm has decided to take some time to deal with personal health issues. He apologizes to his fans in Europe who were expecting to see him and promises to be back soon."

Despite Miller's absence the lineup looks to be lit. ScHoolboy Q is headlining the show which will have additional performances from Young Thug, Action Bronson, A$AP Ferg, Tyler, The Creator, Mick Jenkins, Little Simz, Skepta, Immortal Technique, Kevin Gates, Father and Sonny Digital. The show is already sold out.

This is the second time this month that Mac has had to cancel a show. But the previous incident was totally beyond his control. He was scheduled to perform at Irving Plaza on June 2. But LiveNation, who was putting on the show, cancelled the performance along with five others including YG, Vince Staples and Joey Bada$$ in the wake of the deadly shooting that took place at the venue a week prior involving Troy Ave. The incident is still under investigation with Ave recently pleading not guilty to attempted murder in the second degree and three counts of criminal possession in the second degree.

Miller has seven more shows scheduled for the month of July including stops in Switzerland, Canada, Ohio, Chicago and New York. No word on whether those performances will be affected.

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