Between the Soulja Boy fight falling apart, the accusations of drug addiction and erratic behavior, two reported restraining orders, a wrecked Lambo, and now the loss of the main opening act for his two-month spring tour, Chris Brown has dealt with a lot so far in 2017.
Having originally been billed as part of the tour, 50 Cent’s name has now disappeared from the promo posters of the events.
The Lincoln Journal Star confirmed that Fiddy, who was slated to perform at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Nebraska as part of Breezy’s concert on April 10, was off the tour, with no explanation.
Tom Lorenz, general manager of the Nebraska venue, confirmed to the Journal Star that he’d been told 50 was no longer performing but that he was given no official reason for the decision.
50 had played a big part in fanning the flames surrounding the boxing match between Breezy and Soulja Boy, having been the one who first took to Instagram and suggested that he and Mayweather would promote the clash and bet on the outcome.
But it looks like the show must go on, with or without 50. The extensive tour kicks off on the final day of March and still features opening acts Kap G, O.T Genasis and Fabolous.