Teyana Taylor announced to her fans that she was dropping out of her “Later That Night” tour with Jeremih less than two weeks since it launched—and it’s sounding messy.
The “Keep That Same Energy” singer took to her Twitter to announce she was leaving the road because she was frustrated with her co-headliner.
“I’ve been extremely mistreated on this tour… so on that note, I will NO longer continue to stay on the #LaterThatNightTour because if I do ima end up knocking this n**** out,” she tweeted, referring to Jeremih. “I’m sorry to all who has already purchased tickets to see me I will make sure everyone gets refunded!”
She also called Jeremih a “lazy, sneaky, jealous, conniving, selfish, lame ass n****”
In her Instagram stories, Taylor opened up about how she did not trust how Jeremih’s team was handling the tour’sstage direction. She even mentioned falling onstage during their recent show in New York City due to water on the stage.
But Jeremih seemed unbothered with Taylor’s comments. He responded on Instagram with a clip of Lil Duval singing in his music video with Snoop Dogg, “Smile”: “I’m living my best life. I ain’t going back and forth with you…”
He captioned the post #KTSE, the name of Tayor’s album.
In response, Taylor fired back with an Instagram post of her performing in front of a crowded audience. It was captioned: “nobody (is) coming to see you Otis!!“
Later, Taylor took to Twitter to let her fans know that she didn’t plan to leave them hanging. She promised that they would either get their money back or she would perform free shows in the cities where refunds were not possible.
”I truly apologize to everyone who has purchased tickets to see & support me,“ she tweeted. ”However, I will NOT tolerate disrespect on ANY level, especially as a woman. All money ain’t good money. So w/ that being said, I will put on a free concert for every city that can’t receive a refund.“