Erykah Badu has given her fans a cheeky look at her time on the road as she continues her co-headlining Unfollow Me Tour with Yasiin Bey.

On Tuesday (July 4), the neo-soul pioneer took to Instagram to show fans what her derrière looks like from the back while performing. On the following slide, she jokingly posted a strawberry with the same curvy shape. “Unfollow Me Tour 23,” she captioned the post.



The tour kicked off last month in San Antonio, TX and will go through New York, Atlanta, Nashville and other cities later this month before wrapping in Dallas on July 23.

You can view the post and remaining dates below. Any remaining tickets are available now here.

Unfollow Me Tour dates:

JULY 2023

7 – TD Arena – Boston, MA
8 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
9 – TD Pavillion at the Mann – Philadelphia, PA
11 – Prudential Center – Newark, NJ
13 – Capital One Arena – Washington, DC
15 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
16 – Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC
18 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
19 – Legacy Area at the BJCC – Birmingham, AL
21 – Fedex Forum – Memphis, TN
23 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX

In an interview with VIBE just before the trek kicked off, Erykah Badu said that the tour’s name “absolutely” has to do with the cancel culture that currently exists within our society.



“It definitely has to do with cancel culture,” she said. “It’s funny. It’s become a Baduizm, pretty much. Whenever someone says something in the comments, they don’t agree, I don’t care, unfollow me, doesn’t matter.”

“I also say unfollow me because I’m lost too,” she continued. “We all on an individual journey, we’re finding our way. So following me wouldn’t really benefit you because you are on your journey. That’s your cup you’re drinking out, this is mine. And I want to encourage people to do that too, and it’s a reminder to myself.”

Erykah Badu Asks Universe To ‘Do Its Thing’ As She Takes Aim At ‘Trash’ Blueface
Erykah Badu Asks Universe To ‘Do Its Thing’ As She Takes Aim At ‘Trash’ Blueface

Once the tour concludes, Erykah will put on her actor hat as she’s been tapped to make a cameo in the upcoming Netflix adaptation of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson.

Samuel L. Jackson and John David Washington will star in the film — both reprising their roles from the popular Broadway revival of Wilson’s play.



Per the description, The Piano Lesson is set in 1936 Pittsburgh during the aftermath of the Great Depression and follows the lives of the Charles family, a household led by Doaker Charles (Jackson), and an heirloom, the family piano, which is decorated with designs carved by an enslaved ancestor.