Thee Stallion needs RHOA Kandi's help to delay the Atlanta stop

Megan Thee Stallion and Kandi Burruss || Photo credit: @khandi @theestallion

Megan Thee Stallion needs help after her Hot Girl Summer Tour in Atlanta came to an abrupt end! And the leader of the Hotties turns to none other than Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss for help.

The Hot Girl Summer Tour concert has been canceled for the second night due to ongoing water problems in Atlanta.

Megan was scheduled to perform on Saturday night at 8 p.m. At around 6:30 p.m., the State Farm Arena announced the cancellation.

Due to the same water problems that began in the afternoon and left large parts of the city without water or with low water pressure, their first two-day show was canceled on Friday.

“After consulting with the Mayor's office regarding ongoing water leak issues in Downtown Atlanta, the City of Atlanta is unable to host Megan Thee Stallion's performance scheduled for tonight,” the arena posted on Facebook.

Megan went live to address her fans and apologize for the inconvenience and delay.

“We really need air and water up here because it's sold out. It's full. But I'm thinking this: Either we put pressure on the mayor to let us perform here, or we have to find another venue.

“At this point, I want all the hotties in Atlanta to experience the full Hot Girl Summer Tour,” Megan continued. “I want you all to see the stage. I want to see all the effects. But I'd rather give you all a show. So, I'm thinking maybe we can perform at a theater or something. I don't know if any of the theaters here are available.”

While brainstorming for her video, the “BOA” singer began mentioning the names of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta who would come to her aid.

“So I'm trying to find another venue… I don't like letting my hotties down. I don't like keeping my word, but we have to be safe and sanitary.

“One of the housewives helped us. Kandi got the venue. Khandi, you know everyone. Khadi, where is the venue?” Megan called.

The Houston rapper's two-day stay in the city has now been postponed to Sunday. The Saturday performance has been moved to Monday.