Big Sean officially cancels recently postponed tour, including Detroit date

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"I don't fuck with tour." - SHUTTERSTOCK
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After postponing his "Unfriendly Reminder Tour" in February, Big Sean's performance at Little Caesars Arena on June 2 has been formally canceled. Apparently, Sean is too much in the creative zone to tour Double or Nothing, a totally forgettable album that left us scratching our heads.


This "deep creative space" he refers to might have something to do with his recent collaboration with Puma or his partnership with Emagine Theatres to bring a movie and entertainment complex to downtown Detroit.

Perhaps he is helping girlfriend Jhene Aiko (amid breakup rumors) design a cover-up design for the hyper-realistic declaration of love she received last year, because goddamn that is some intense ink. Seriously. If and when they breakup, Aiko will be in a longterm relationship with long sleeves.



Art is ❤️thanks Jheńe for allowing me to share this moment.

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Count your blessings, Big Sean fans, because tickets can be refunded at point of purchase and if you bought tickets by phone or online your ticket will be automatically refunded.




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