Lil Dicky Sadly Postpones "Life Lessons" Tour Due To Album & TV Show Commitments

If you had tickets catch Lil Dicky on his upcoming Life Lessons Tour, sadly, we’re right here with dangerous information since Dicky has postponed his North American and European journey. The “Lemme Freak” rapper was alleged to take f on October eighth however must reschedule so he can deal with his upcoming album and tv present. 

“I actually need to get my album to a spot the place it is just about accomplished earlier than all season 1 the present will get again into manufacturing,” he wrote on Instagram. “Because as soon as that will get going, I will not have the ability to get within the studio very a lot. I assumed I may get to that place earlier than this tour, but it surely seems I could not. I simply need this album to be particular. I been engaged on it for over three years and we’re getting shut.”

All followers who’ve secured their tickets will get a full refund. “I hate disappointing whoever already purchased tickets,” he added. “I weighed all the eventualities closely earlier than coming to this conclusion. I did not anticipate my work load being this a lot once I booked this tour.”

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5 Things We've Learned From Lil Wayne & Birdman's Beef

Lil Wayne and Birdman may finally be putting their differences aside. Now, how many times have you read the sentence in the last three years? The dread-headed lyrical tyrant acrimoniously parted ways with his fictional father’s Cash Money record label in 2014. Yes, it has already been over three years since Wayne tweeted “To all my fans, I want u to know that my album won’t and hasn’t been released bekuz Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it,” in December or 2014. Out all the bars that Wayne has laid down over the years, it was that sentence that shook Weezy’s massive fan base the most.

Since 2014, the multi-million-dollar feud has been a constant roller coaster ride proposed truces and reloaded, enraged threats. It first started as a plea from Wayne to release his album, Tha Carter V, but it escalated into a full-blown “where’s my money?” lawsuit that has snowballed into one the biggest hip-hop fallouts since Jay-Z and Dame Dash. The feud reached a dangerous level enmity after Young Thug and Birdman associate Peewee Roscoe was arrested for shooting up Wayne’s tour bus in 2015. Roscoe even pointed to Birdman as being a party to the attempted hit on Wayne, but a judge handed Peewee a 10-year prison sentence, along with 10 years probation, without extending charges to the implicated Cash Money millionaire.

There have been several moments speculated sunshine that teased Young Money fans from behind a cloud doubt since the fallout began. Habitual nice-guy Drake arranged a New Years Eve party in 2016 that brokered a truce between Birdman and Wayne. The two were even pictured in the studio together and on stage together soon after the truce, but Wayne broadened his lawsuit in the spring 2016 to include unpaid prits from his investments in Drake, Nicki Minaj, and Tyga’s careers. So ended the Drizzy-arranged truce.

Last weekend, Wayne and Birdman were spotted hugging it out at LIV in Miami. The two have been so closely intertwined for so long that it’s hard to believe they don’t still have love for each other. TMZ recently reported that the two have been attempting to squash their beef for months. Working through the beef doesn’t mean that Wayne will drop the lawsuits though, which may continue to put a strain on his relationship with Birdman. Some would say the collision course Wayne’s career and Birdman’s historically atrocious payroll skills was written in destiny long before it finally came to a head.

Now, if the conflict is actually coming to a close, it’s essential to look back at the biggest lessons learned from this family feud. Wayne and Birdman gave us five major takeaways from their years-long money struggle.