The sources of their beef is still not yet known, but Live Nation has cited multiple incidents on the part of Jeremih that lead to his removal. “We’ve decided it’s best for the Summer’s Over Tour to continue without Jeremih, effective immediately,” the company said in a statement sent to Pitchfork. “After multiple incidents we are left with no other choice. We do not support these actions or take these actions lightly.”
Live Nation did not named the incidents but took swift action to remove the R&B singer from anymore involvement with the tour. This follows reports that Jeremih also sent an imposter to performed for him at the Houston tour stop, but fans quickly took noticed and called him out on Twitter.
There was also a prior incident where Jeremih abruptly left the stage during his performance at the Chicago tour stop, claiming that the sound engineer is sabotaging his set. Over the weekend he claimed that the stage was pepper sprayed.
“Pepper spray was put in the atmosphere last night on stage while I was performing in Dallas,” he wrote on Twitter. “Surprisingly no blogs picked that up.”
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