Iggy Azalea cancels Great Escape Tour

30 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Iggy Azalea cancels fall tour.

In an official statement, the ‘Fancy’ rapper, 24, explained that she took the decision due to production delays, and to accommodate for creative team availability and tour production plans, Us magazine has reported.A message sent to ticketholders on Friday informed them of the cancellation and that “a new tour will be planned around Iggy’s new record to be released in 2016.” Refunds are available at point of purchase.

After postponing her April show at Target Center along with the rest of her tour, Iggy Azalea is now calling off the make-up dates, too — and this time it’s for good. Azalea was supposed to tour the United States this year as a part of her scheduled 2015 fall tour to promote her recent efforts, including “Reclassified” and “Pretty Girls,” her new single with Britney Spears. The “Fancy” hitmaker, who rescheduled Oct. 1 for the Minneapolis arena, apologized to fans via Twitter and promised, “We’ll be back out on the road when the next album is done.” The excuse she and her handlers gave for the postponement this spring was “production delays.” They didn’t even bother with an excuse this time. While Iggy – real name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly – has not directly addressed her fans about the cancellation via social media, her supporters haven’t held back vocalising their devastation over the matter. But not everyone has been thrilled with her win and just a few short days after she was announced the champ, almost 15,000 Nicki Minaj fans have signed a petition calling for it to be revoked.

She also beat Rita Ora’s Black Widow, Big Sean’s I Don’t F*** With You, and Bobby Shmurda’s Hot Boy to take the coveted award during a glamorous ceremony at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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