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In October 2018, Lil Xan canceled his St. Louis concert upon receiving an online threat. St. Louis rapper VladHQ shared a video firing guns and a photo holding weapons, both of which call out Xan.

Now, it’s being reported that a criminal investigation into the gun threats has been closed, according to TMZ.

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Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that VladHQ and Xan’s team had a discussion and then informed police “there was no desire to pursue criminal charges.”

At the time of the initial October threat, sources told TMZ that the feud was over money. Now, sources allege Xan’s team told VladHQ he was “taking the wrong approach to settle their differences,” and once he agreed, they called off the investigation.

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In the original TMZ articlethe man initially shared a video “warning” Lil Xan of his intentions.

“Lil Xan a mother fucking bitch, dawg,” the man yells as he fires two guns into a body of water. “Aye, Lil Xan, I want my smoke Oct. 10 at the Pageant, lil bitch. Where the fuck you at?”

The video was also accompanied by a caption that read, “Lil Xan said he wants a fade with me. I’M COMING TO YO OWN SHOW TO SMACK TF OUT OF YOU TOMORROW OCT 10 AT @thepageantstl.”

Additionally, the man shared a photo of himself with three weapons with the caption, “hi Lil Xan see ya later at your show.”

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After considering the odds, promoters of the event eventually shut the show down.

“It is our top priority, including the promoters and venue to ensure safety at every show,” a representative for Lil Xan says. “This was an old situation that has been taken care of internally. There is no reason to fear safety at any of Lil Xan’s shows moving forward.”

However, at the time of the event, disappointed fans were left unsure as to why it was canceled.

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