XXXTentacion’s The Revenge Tour has been postponed once again.
The Florida rapper broke the news Saturday on Instagram, posting an apologetic message to all the fans who had purchased tickets for the upcoming shows. X said he made the decision following a family emergency. He also promised ticket-holders they’d get their money back.
“I am postponing the tour and giving a full refund to everyone that has purchased a ticket,” X said, before revealing his cousin had been shot on Friday. “[…] I want to be by his side. I apologize to everyone I am disappointing. I am and must choose to maintain my metal health and physical health before anything.”
X reassured his Florida fans he’d still do the Pompano Beach concert on July 2, as he’ll already be in the state; however, he claimed he has plans to disappear for a while right after the concert.
This isn’t the first time The Revenge Tour has been postponed. Earlier this month, X’s concert in Santa Ana, California, was canceled after the venue cited safety concerns.
The tour got off to a bad start when Wifisfuneral was reportedly jumped during the opening night at Houston’s House of Blues. Since then, there have many a number of violent instances during the tour, including X getting attacked on stage—which led to a huge brawl as well as a stabbing—and X punching an audience member in the face. Last week, fans went crazy at Chicago’s Concord Music Hall after X’s show was canceled last minute.
It’s unclear when the rapper will restart the tour. But judging by X’s Instagram message, it doesn’t sound like he’ll be hitting the road any time soon.