Yung Bleu is stepping down from his Love Scars tour after doing less than half of the scheduled shows. The Grammy-nominated artist announced on his Instagram that he’s canceling the remaining dates of his concerts.
The “You’re Mines Still” artist has been the topic of discussion for the past few weeks.
Boosie Badazz let it be known that he still feels a way about Yung Bleu owing him money over a label dispute. The Baton Rouge rapper recently got his Instagram deleted and placed part of the blame on Bleu.
The feud between the two also led to Boosie calling him out yet again for removing an artist for praising his latest album.
While it seems like his professional relationship with Boosie is non-existent, Bleu’s personal life has also taken a toll. Yung Bleu’s wife recently aired him out after she got wind of a Philadelphia woman revealing that she was flown out by Bleu. He later issued a public apology.
Fans noticed they weren’t able to access tickets for the tour, which led to many complaints and speculations.
The Alabama-born singer cleared the air to reach out directly to his fans and apologize for the sudden cancellations.
“Words can’t explain how I feel about the remainder of this tour being canceled.” the 29-year-old confessed on his Instagram with a mash-up video that shows him interacting with fans. “This is not a letter someone on my team typed for me! Not a press release. This is me speaking directly. I sincerely apologize to every fan I disappointed.”
He said that he’s prioritizing his mental health and plans to get his family in order. Amid his caption, he also plans to give free shows to every city he missed after ending his tour abruptly.
“I’ll be taking a break from social media to tap back into the best version of me! My family deserves that! See y’all soon and thank you 🌙” he wrote.
Many of Bleu’s fans seemed to see his point about getting some things in order.
“Omg, I was looking forward to meeting you in the VIP, but I still love you, and I understand ❤️ #BleuFan4Ever” commented a fan.