On Friday (April 19), Variety broke the news that the entertainers, who just linked up for a collab single with G-Eazy, "Wobble Up," will be going on tour this Fall. However, hours later, Chris confirmed that the tour will actually be this summer.
"The tour will not be in the fall!!!!!!! It is in the Summer! This Summer," he wrote on his Instagram Story on Friday.
While not much else is known about their joint tour, not even if the two will be co-headliners, the Prudential Center in New Jersey has a September 13 date advertised with Chris as the top-billed artist and Nicki is featured, Variety reports.
The artists have worked and performed together in the past. Back in 2012, Chris was featured on Nicki's track "Right by My Side." She then hopped on his song "Love More" in 2013. And when they weren't feature-hopping, they were on songs together — DJ Khaled's "Do You Mind" and Meek Mill's "All Eyes On You."
News of Chris' and Nicki's joint tour comes just one day after the 36-year-old rapper parted ways with her longtime managers, Gee Roberson and, Cortez Bryant and Blueprint/ Maverick Management, who she worked with for the majority of her career. According to Variety, "the decision was mutual and amicable, and there was no specific reason for the split." A source added that the rapper currently does not have a manager. The split reportedly occurred right before Nicki's guest appearance during Ariana Grande's headlining Coachella performance last weekend.
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