Chance the Rapper Cancels Tour


Bad news to fans of Chance the Rapper because he has confirmed on Sunday the postponement of his tour.

The 26-year-old rapper turned to social media to make his announcement by sharing a very long message. He said that he decided to cancel his Big Tour after a lot of rescheduling and rerouting. This decision is for the best because he’ll be taking time to be with his wife and two children and at the same time make some new music and develop his future show.

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The Grammy winner apologized for this cancellation and said he was deeply sorry for those who already bought tickets specifically the fans who have been supporting him but more so to those who’ll be seeing his concert for the first time.

Further, he thanked everybody for the amazing year especially to his team and family for being strong. He promised to come back even stronger and better next year. He finished his post by expressing his love and for God to bless them. This cancellation came after his performance at the Rolling Loud Festival held at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

He first canceled his tour in September when he welcomed his second daughter, Marli. He also has a four-year-old daughter named Kensli. He decided to delay his concerts before the kickoff on September 14 in San Francisco.

Back then, he decided to reschedule his tour because he just got married in March and had a new baby. He also releases his first album. It was an eventful year and somehow it was very strenuous for the hitmaker because he had to divide his time and energy between his family and work.


He added that he missed some important milestones in the life of her daughter because he was away for two weeks. He said he was absent during the time that his wife needed him the most. That’s when he realized he couldn’t make the same mistake again. Chance the Rapper said he wanted to be as helpful and available for his wife and daughters and apologized to those who have been looking forward to his tour which was scheduled to start on January 15, 2020, in San Diego, California.