Look’s like Summer is really over for Chicago artist Jeremih. Live Nation recently released a statement saying they had no choice but to cut Jeremih from the Summer’s Over tour starring Party Next Door. The release is due to many incidents on Jeremih’s behalf. In Chicago, Jeremih dropped his microphone after screaming "F*** yal" on stage once his set was cut short. It was also rumored that Jeremih completely skipped a Houston concert and sent a “double” in his place. His last stop in Dallas put the icing on the cake when Jeremih used highly offensive language referring to PND and his team. “PARTYNEXTDOOR and his crew are some bitch ass niggas. Now tell me that. Tell me what I said now?”
Pepper spray was put in the atmosphere last night on stage while I was performing in Dallas. Surprisingly no blogs picked that up.— Jeremih (@Jeremih) December 3, 2016
Live Nation recently released a statement on their stance with Jeremih and why he is now ineligible from performing on tour:
Live Nation’s top priority is helping artists and performers create great shows for their fans. With this in mind, we've decided it's best for the Summer’s Over Tour to continue without Jeremih, effective immediately. After multiple incidents we are left with no other choice. We do not support these actions or take these actions lightly. Ticketholders may request a full refund at point of purchase, which will forfeit access to the entire show. No partial refunds will be issued.
How Jeremih going to diss PND while they on tour.. he finna come back to the tour bus and PND finna be like "Jeremih ya not nice ya rudeee"— ️️lovelle (@heartlle) December 3, 2016
Given recent events in hip hop, it’s not looking to good for Chicago as native artists has been publicized for their rants during various tour stops like Kanye West throughout his St. Pablo Tour. According to Jeremih, there are some budgeting issues within the live nation produced tour that has fueled a fire between the two artists. Unfortunately for Jeremih, his rants earned a grand exit from the tour with four North American concert stops to go.