REVEALED!! Here’s The Reason Why 50 Cent Bail Out Of Chris Brown’s Party Tour At The Last Minute, After Everything Was Set

Chris Brown’s ‘Party Tour’ isn’t the well-oiled machine, according to 50 Cent. And the pay is lousy. It was the Chris Brown Party Tour featuring 50 Cent and a bunch of other rappers. Then it was the Chris Brown Party Tour featuring… a bunch of other rappers.


So why did 50 Cent bail out at the last minute, after everything was set?
According to new details from 50 Cent, this simply wasn’t a well-planned operation. And that includes basic setup on his inclusion contract. For starters, 50 Cent claims that negotiations had been finalized on his payment prior to the tour starting. Then, at the last second, touring giant Live Nation slashed that offer by hundreds of thousands of dollars.
But the hardball tactic happened only after 50 Cent’s name was put on touring flyers, billboards, and websites. Regardless, the pressure tactic didn’t work, and 50 Cent wouldn’t budge.
“It wasn’t handled correctly.”
Right before the tour started, 50 jumped ship. And someone had to change all those posters (and tickets). “50 Cent I Never Signed Chris Brown Tour Deal… They Can’t Afford Me!” a TMZ report declared.
50 backpedaled on Instagram. Specifically, the rapper pointed to a number of unresolved logistical problems. “I would never say my friends can’t afford me,” he wrote. “This run wasn’t handled correctly. I’m still on set filming Den of Thieves.”
Meanwhile, the ‘Party Tour’ rolled on, despite the fallout. But Chris Brown’s volatile, drug-fueled tirades may also explain why 50 Cent bailed out. That includes an ugly incident in Reno, NV, where Brown declined to perform and forced the club to issue refunds.
In nearby Vegas, the r&b singer managed to recapture his residency at Drai’s after publicly blasting club employees as ‘racists’. A resulting hiatus cost the singer millions in lost revenues, though the recovery suggests some self-awareness.
Then there are still the endless issues involving violence against women. The Rihanna assault is years behind the singer, though Brown is still battling accusations involving his latest girlfriend, Karrueche Tran. Just recently, a federal judge extended a restraining order against Brown, based on repeated threats of physical violence.
Here are the remaining dates of the ‘Party Tour,’ definitely not featuring 50 Cent.
Thursday, April 6th
Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, Ohio
Friday, April 7th
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Michigan
Sunday, April 9th
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Monday, April 10th
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln, Nebraska
Tuesday, April 11th
Sprint Center
Kansas City, Missouri
Thursday, April 13th
Smoothie King Center
New Orleans, Louisiana
Saturday, April 15th
American Airlines Arena
Miami, Florida
Sunday, April 16th
Amalie Arena
Tampa, Florida
Tuesday, April 18th
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Jacksonville, Florida
Thursday, April 20th
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, Virginia
Friday, April 21st
Verizon Center
Washington, District of Columbia
Saturday, April 22nd
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Monday, April 24th
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, New York
Friday, April 28th
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, Illinois
Saturday, April 29th
Schottenstein Center
Columbus, Ohio
Sunday, April 30th
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, Tennessee
Tuesday, May 2nd
Philips Arena
Atlanta, Georgia
Thursday, May 4th
Toyota Center
Houston, Texas
Saturday, May 6th
American Airlines Center
Dallas, Texas
Monday, May 8th
Pepsi Center
Denver, Colorado
Wednesday, May 10th
Moda Center
Portland, Oregon
Thursday, May 11th
KeyArena at Seattle Center
Seattle, Washington
Saturday, May 13th
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento, California
Monday, May 15th
Talking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix, Arizona
Tuesday, May 16th
Honda Center
Anaheim, California
Thursday, May 18th
SAP Center At San Jose
San Jose, California



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