Nicki Minaj will no longer be coming to an American city near you.
Live Nation announced Tuesday that the American leg of NickiHndrxx tour — co-headlined by Minaj and Future — has been canceled.
“Following her unforgettable VMA performance, Nicki Minaj has decided to reevaluate elements of production on the NickiHndrxx Tour,” read the statement.
“Nicki has decided to contribute more time to rehearsal ahead of the tour’s launch to make certain her fans get the absolute best quality show that they deserve.
“Due to scheduling conflicts Future will not be on the North American run. Nicki Minaj will be announcing new North American dates to kick off in May 2019.
“Refunds for the previously scheduled North American dates will be available at point of purchase, with new Nicki Minaj on-sale details announced soon.”
Live Nation’s announcement comes after Minaj lashed out at rapper Travis Scott on Twitter and on her Apple Beats 1 radio show.
Minaj accused her rap adversary of using his relationship with Kylie Jenner and the couple’s new baby Stormi to promote his music. Scott’s album “Astroworld” is currentlly sitting atop the US Billboard chart, one spot ahead of Minaj’s newly released project, “Queen.”
Despite what the “Ganja Burns” artist says her album only sold 185,000 to Scott’s 205,000.
While the Barbz have shelled out cash for her album, Page Six reports they haven’t shown the same support for her concert stops.