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Miley Cyrus cancels concert due to allergic reaction

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 05: Miley Cyrus performs at the Barclays Center on April 5, 2014 in the Brooklyn borough New York City.
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Miley Cyrus has been making headlines all year long. While much of this coverage has been related to her controversial onstage antics, the most recent story involving Miley is far more serious. A Tuesday story by USA Today reveals that the “Bangerz” singer has had to cancel a scheduled tour stop in Kansas City.

This is not the first time that Miley has had to cancel a tour stop recently. The starlet has been battling a particularly brutal case of influenza, and recently had to cancel a stop in North Carolina due to an inability to perform.

It is not uncommon for doctors to prescribe antibiotics to their patients when they encounter almost any illness. In addition to preventing a condition from worsening, it can help prevent illness in people with compromised immune systems. As a result, it would not be odd for Miley Cyrus’ doctors to prescribe this type of treatment.

Unfortunately, it appears that Miley may have a major allergy to this wonder drug. A Tuesday story by ABC News reveals that the reason for the Miley Cyrus being hospitalized is due to an allergic reactions to her antibiotics.

While it is sure that there were many disappointed fans in Kansas City, Miley Cyrus made it a point to reach out to her disappointed supports. The “Bangerz” singer took to Twitter to console her fans about the councellation and reveal that she was in stable condition.

It is no secret that when performers cancel shows they can alienate fans. Considering that this is the second time that Miley has cancel a performance in recent days, do you think that she will take a hit from her fans? Or, do you think that her fans will understand that her medical problems prevented her from performing for them? Luckily, everyone that purchased tickets for the event will receive full refunds.

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