Jeremih finally outstayed his welcome on the Summer’s Over tour with PartyNextDoor. The Chicag0-singer has been kicked over after “multiple incidents.”
Or so he thought.
Jeremih has reportedly been kicked off the Summer’s Over tour that also featured PartyNextDoor.
Things seemed to start off fine when the tour began.
But things soured over the last few days. First, reports surfaced that Jeremih did not like that he was opening for PND instead of co-headlining. Which is a respectable gripe, Jeremih does have eight gold and platinum selling singles and a gold selling album on his resume. However, most artists hammer out those kinds of details before hitting the road.
But then, last Tuesday, Nov. 29, Jeremih cut his show in his hometown Chicago short after two songs and was heard telling the crowd “f*ck y’all” before storming off.
He later explained himself on Twitter, insisting that he was frustrated with the soundmen who cut off his equipment so that he couldn’t hear himself.
Then, last Thursday Dec. 1, Jeremih was accused of sending out a body double perform in his place at the Houston stop of the tour. Then at the Dallas show he got on stage and called PND and his crew members some “b*tch ass n*ggas.”
In most cases, calling another grown man a B.A.N. is the point of no return. Concert promoter Live Nation agreed and decided to remove Jeremih from the tour. They issued a statement saying:
Live Nation’s top priority is helping artists and performers create great shows for their fans. With this in mind, we’ve decided it’s best for the Summer’s Over Tour to continue without Jeremih, effective immediately. After multiple incidents we are left with no other choice. We do not support these actions or take these actions lightly. Ticketholders may request a full refund at point of purchase, which will forfeit access to the entire show. No partial refunds will be issued.
Jeremih has since responded to the controversies alledging that he was hit with pepper spray while on stage in Dallas.
After these incidents, it’s probably safe to assume that the planned collaboration album with PND, Late Night Party is dead.