Drake & Migos Postpone Tour Again, Due to Offset's Felony Charges

Luckily, not for long.

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Following its original postponement following the arrest of Offset, Drake and Migos have once again delayed their joint tour. Originally announced in May, the Aubrey & The Three Amigos Live tour was supposed to be slated to start at towards the end of July.

But Offset‘s felony gun charge two days before the first show made them postpone the entire tour to begin August 10 in Kansas City, MO. Now that the date has arrived, it’s been announced the tour will be pushed back two further days, meaning it will officially kick off in Kansas City on August 12. The Saint Paul show that was originally scheduled for Sunday will now happen at a later date to be announced.

In related news, Nicki Minaj dropped her new album Queen.

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