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Logic Appears At Champs Downtown

Update 12:19 a.m.: It appears Logic will go on after all! My Hero Zero, which is performing at Champs tonight, says the rapper will be on stage for a few songs shortly.

Original story: Students were devastated after Movin’ On was forced to cancel Logic’s scheduled performance due to thunderstorms. But those of legal drinking age are in luck: Logic is at Champs downtown tonight.

It all started with some student pleas. After all, Champs brought in DNCE after the group performed at THON 2017. Why not Logic too?

Then Champs got mysterious on Twitter.

Logic then posted on his Instagram story a clip of him behind the bar in what appeared to be the Champs secret speakeasy room.

We’re not sure whether Logic will actually perform at Champs, but at least he’s there. We’ll continue to update this post as the situation develops.

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