Chris Brown’s ‘Party Tour’ Officially Removes 50 Cent

Looks like 50 Cent is officially out of Chris Brown’s ‘Party Tour’.  What happened?

The following is a breaking story.  Please stay tuned for ongoing developments.  Last updated: Wednesday, March 29th, 10:10 am PT.

Did Chris Brown just turn another ally into an enemy?  As of early this morning, 50 Cent is officially out of Chris Brown’s upcoming Party Tour.  50 Cent’s name has been removed from all Party Tour dates across the United States.

The development was first confirmed by the Lincoln Journal-Star in Lincoln, Nebraska late Tuesday.  The Chris Brown Party Tour is slated to hit Lincoln on April 10th at the Pinnacle Bank Arena.  “We just got informed, and that is accurate,” Pinnacle Bank Arena manager Tom Lorenz confirmed to the Journal-Star.

A quick survey of the two-month tour on Ticketmaster shows that 50 Cent has now been deleted from all tour stops.  No refunds or concessions are being offered to ticket buyers, even those who purchased tickets to see 50 Cent.

Falling Out?

At this stage, neither party has offered any explanation for the cancellation.  The pair has collaborated numerous times in the past, including the song ‘I’m the Man’ and ‘No Romeo No Juliet’.  50 Cent has also defended Chris Brown in the past, on numerous occasions.

After Chris Brown pointed a gun at one of 50 Cent’s party guests, 50 quickly pointed out that the accuser — Baylee Curran — was trying to steal items from his home.  “This bitch was trying to steal something, got kicked out, then called the cops,” 50 Cent wrote on Instagram. “Smh. You can’t make this shit up.  Lol.”

50 Cent has also been supportive in other settings.  But a long list of other prominent rappers have distanced themselves from the rapper.  That includes heavyweights like Drake and Jay Z, who sharply criticized Brown after he leveled a defenseless Rihanna.

Others have flat-out blasted Brown as a ‘punk ass pussy bitch’ who would wither in a fight against someone his own size.  Now, the question is whether 50 Cent is joining those critics.

Meanwhile, there are no known changes to the other ‘Party Tour’ collaborators.  Fabolous, O.T. Genasis and Kap G are all still listed, at least according to Live Nation’s site.

Here’s the full-blown tour itinerary.

March

Friday, March 31st
Royal Farms Arena
Baltimore, Maryland

April

Saturday, April 1st
Prudential Center
Newark, New Jersey

Sunday, April 2nd
TD Garden
Boston, Massachusetts

Tuesday, April 4th
Spectrum Center
Charlotte, North Carolina

Thursday, April 6th
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, Ohio

Friday, April 7th
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Michigan

Sunday, April 9th
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul, Minnesota

Monday, April 10th
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln, Nebraska

Tuesday, April 11th
Sprint Center
Kansas City, Missouri

Thursday, April 13th
Smoothie King Center
New Orleans, Louisiana

Saturday, April 15th
American Airlines Arena
Miami, Florida

Sunday, April 16th
Amalie Arena
Tampa, Florida

Tuesday, April 18th
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Jacksonville, Florida

Thursday, April 20th
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, Virginia

Friday, April 21st
Verizon Center
Washington, District of Columbia

Saturday, April 22nd
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Monday, April 24th
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, New York

Friday, April 28th
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, Illinois

Saturday, April 29th
Schottenstein Center
Columbus, Ohio

Sunday, April 30th
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Tennessee

May

Tuesday, May 2nd
Philips Arena
Atlanta, Georgia

Thursday, May 4th
Toyota Center
Houston, Texas

Saturday, May 6th
American Airlines Center
Dallas, Texas

Monday, May 8th
Pepsi Center
Denver, Colorado

Wednesday, May 10th
Moda Center
Portland, Oregon

Thursday, May 11th
KeyArena at Seattle Center
Seattle, Washington

Saturday, May 13th
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento, California

Monday, May 15th
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix, Arizona

Tuesday, May 16th
Honda Center
Anaheim, California

Thursday, May 18th
SAP Center At San Jose
San Jose, California

3 Responses

  1. Universal Indie Records

    “50 Cent has also been supportive in other settings. But a long list of other prominent rappers have distanced themselves from the rapper. That includes heavyweights like Drake and Jay Z, who sharply criticized Brown after he leveled a defenseless Rihanna.”

    Chris Brown is not a “rapper”.. he’s an “R&B artist”… let’s get it right.

  2. PAUL RESNIKOFF

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  3. Amzees

    I’m livid. I bought a ticket because I was excited 50 was on tour. Damn.