To say that Iggy Azalea has had a tough run of things over the last few years would be an understatement. Since her breakout single, “Fancy”, Iggy Azalea has dealt with a few unfortunate situations. Among other things, the Australian rapper has dealt with depression, a public split between herself and Grand Hustle, more than a few social media debacles and a divorce. Not to mention, she’s dealing with the obstacles that come with co-parenting. Above all else, it appears that the demand for her music has dwindled over the years.
Despite dealing with many setbacks and obstacles, Azalea has opted to push forward with her career. Of late, Azalea has managed to increase her presence on social media and release a short project called Survive The Summer. Most recently, Iggy Azalea announced the Bad Girls tour that was scheduled to hit twenty one cities including Hollywood, St. Louis and Houston.
Unfortunately, Azalea has been forced to cancel her proposed tour. Matters started to spiral out of control when her opener, Cupcakke, announced that she would no longer be on the tour because of unforeseen circumstances. Rumors that have surfaced since her departure indicate that Cupcakke is not looking to be an opener and would rather go on her own tour.
Today, Live Nation and Azalea’s management officially pulled the plug on what was left of the tour. In a statement issued today, Live Nation stated, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, Iggy Azalea’s The Bad Girls Tour has been canceled, refunds are available at point of purchase.” Shortly thereafter, Azalea issued a few tweets of apology to her fans. It is unclear whether or not Azalea will look to have another tour in 2019, but for now she will not be hitting the stage.