Macklemore Almost Got Kicked Out of Hershey Park Before His Own Show

Macklemore almost didn't make it to his own performance at Hershey Park in Hershey, Pennsylvania due to a mischievous behavior.
On August 12, the rapper stopped at the amusement park and concert hall for a scheduled performance with Imagine Dragons and Kings Elliot; as part of the Imagine Dragons: Mercury World Tour.
But before the show, Macklemore wanted to interact with fans in the park and have fun — until a couple of security guards almost screwed it up.
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In a new video posted to his TikTok account, Macklemore documented riding a scooter around to buy candy, which the musician then planned to give out to fans he met at the park.
But when Macklemore was at a store picking up treats and towing the scooter, a security guard stopped him and told the rapper his scooter had to be parked outside.
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Well, Macklemore disagreed, explaining that someone named "Todd" gave him permission to ride it through the park.
The 39-year-old was pretty convincing in his argument until he wasn't anymore.
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He later told the guard that "Todd" said, "I'm the chief honcho, it's cool with me...You gotta keep it on the ground, both wheels on the ground, as long as you're safe."
Macklemore continued, "Then [Todd] said, 'Don't talk to anyone about it.'
The lone guard didn't buy it and even called in a replacement. However, Macklemore was undeterred as the video showed the star chatting to fans and ignoring the security guards who stayed on his heels.
As he smiled and casually walked around, the onscreen text said, "*I know they're going to kick me out of Hershey Town.*"
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In the end, it doesn't look like it's all too serious, as the video ended with Macklemore driving off on the scooter before a playful caption appeared onscreen.
"*COVER AWAY BEFORE YOU CALL MY PARENTS*."
Luckily for fans, the musician was able to make it onto the stage for a sweet performance.
The tour continues through mid-September in America and Canada, with Macklemore appearing in Australia and New Zealand this November.
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Macklemore
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