*After quitting Jeremih’s Later That Night Tour citing mistreatment, Teyana Taylor announced Thursday that she will hit the road on her own, under the new name, Keep That Same Energy Tour. DaniLeigh will remain on as a supporting act.
“#LaterThatNightTour will now be the #KTSEOnAlseVII TOUR. Toronto will be rescheduled for later this week & All other dates will remain the same,” she wrote to Twitter. “I will also keep [DaniLeigh] on as my special guest. I promised y’all I would work it out regardless. #womenempowerment #LevelUp.”
#LaterThatNightTour will now be the #KTSEOnAlseVII TOUR. Toronto will be rescheduled for later this week & All other dates will remain the same. I will also keep @DaniLeigh on as my special guest ❤️ I promised y’all I would work it out regardless.✊?#womenempowerment #LevelUp
— TEYANA M.J. SHUMPERT (@TEYANATAYLOR) August 16, 2018
As previously reported, Taylor quit Jeremih’s Later That Night Tour, saying she was “extremely mistreated” and would “end up knocking this n—a out” if she continued on. “Lazy, sneaky, jealous, conniving, [selfish], lame ass n—a! Don’t ever try to play me Petunia,” Taylor tweeted.
Jeremih’s assistant offered up his side of the story, saying Teyana was acting like a diva.
“Crazy @teyanataylor ruined Jeremih’s backdrop on the first day of tour in Atlanta and we let that slide,” he wrote on Facebook. “That was the first day. She complained about food, we fed em out our own pockets. Next show she tells the crowd to leave the venue to go to her meet and greet after she gets off stage (leave before Jeremih performs), we aint trip. Now she blaming J for X, Y, Z and the s**t jus aint true!”
View Teyana’s announcement and new dates for her new tour below.
Back like I never left, KEEP THAT SAME ENERGY TOUR W/ My Very Special Guest @iamdanileigh & Friends!! DETROIT YALL READY?!!!! ?: @photoflashfocus 8/17 – Detroit, MI – The Majestic 8/19 – Chicago, IL – Vic Theatre 8/21 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works 8/24- Houston, TX – The Revention Music Center w/ Daniel Caesar 8/25 – Dallas, TX – Canton Hall 8/28 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre 9/1 – Los Angeles, CA – The Novo 9/3 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory OC 9/4 – San Diego, CA – The Observatory was N Park 9/5 San Francisco Regency Ballroom 9/7 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox Sodo 9/8 – Portland, OR – The Crystal Ballroom FOR TICKETS, find it city here: axs.com etix.com ticketfly.com ticketweb.com
Also announcing a new tour is Travis Scott, who will promote his new album Astroworld with a 27-city trek for the first leg.
Dates have yet to be announced, but Scott took to Instagram with a list of cities included in the trek, dubbed: Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour.