According to TMZ, the Australian rapper/singer chucked the duces up unexpectedly and won’t be performing on the 24-city trek.
News of The Kid LAROI’s departure comes shortly after Lil Baby cancelled a slew of upcoming tour dates without explanation, angering fans on social media.
According to Daily Loud, shows in Phoenix, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Denver, Indianapolis, Louisville and Pittsburgh were axed, even though fans reportedly spent $200 on tickets to see him perform.
Ticketmaster said in a previous statement: “Unfortunately, the Event Organizer has had to cancel your event.” But no reason as to why was given.
The ticket marketplace company also said fans who are seeking refunds will receive one “once funds are received from the Event Organizer, which is usually completed within 30 days,” according to AZ Central.
“If the Event Organizer is offering a credit option, it will be visible within the Event Details of your order, which can be found in your Ticketmaster account,” the statement said.
Loyal Lil Baby fans weren’t trying to hear it, though, and took to Twitter to vent their frustration. One fan came directly for the 4PF boss’ career trajectory, saying: “We’re finally coming to the realization that yes Lil Baby has had a lot of success over the years, but he is a mid rapper. Always been to me.”
“Was having this convo w someone about rappers that could sell out arenas and they swore lil baby was one, I argued them up and down like he’s NOT tho contrary to popular belief. Now look,” another vented.
One fan went as far as to say that the lineup and high ticket prices were to blame for his abrupt cancellations.
“High ticket prices & that line up whack, come on bruh you know better,” they wrote.
Despite the snags, Lil Baby’s It’s Only Us Tour is set to kick off on July 26 in Houston, Texas. It then criss-crosses across the country until September 22, where it wraps up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Check out the full dates below: