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[UPDATE] August 16, 2018 12:45 p.m. EST Following the announcement of Teyana Taylor’s departure from Jeremih’s tour, Taylor has issued another tweet, apologizing to fans who won’t be able to see her on the tour’s upcoming dates, and proposing a free concert for every city that can’t receive a refund.

“I will NOT tolerate disrespect on ANY level especially as a woman. All money ain’t good money,” she said. Adding, “I will put on a free concert for every city that can’t receive a refund.”

Read the original story below.

Teyana Taylor and Jeremih kicked off their “Later That Night” tour earlier in August in Tampa Bay, Florida, but just after eight shows, Teyana Taylor has announced her intentions to abandon the tour effective immediately, after claiming she was mistreated and citing Jeremih’s “diva” behavior.

The 27-year-old musician/actress/dancer took to Twitter, announcing her decision. “I’ve been extremely mistreated on this tour so on that note i will NO longer continue to stay on the #LaterThatNightTour because if I do ima end up knocking this n***a out,” she tweeted. “I’m sorry to all who has already purchased tickets to see me I will make sure everyone gets refunded!”

In another tweet, she mentioned Jeremih directly and called him a “lazy, sneaky, jealous, conniving selfish, lame ass n***a.” Then, she added that he has done nothing for their entire tour except “act like a DIVA in ya princess chair.”

Additionally, in a response to another user on Twitter, Teyana compared Jeremih’s ego to that of an artist with Michael Jackson type of talent.

Currently, Teyana Taylor is working on an album with Ty Dolla $ign, just after the release of her recent K.T.S.E. album with Kanye West.

Highsnobiety has reached out to representatives for Teyana Taylor and Jeremih for comment and will continue to update this story as it develops.

For more on Teyana Taylor, check out her‘Playboy’ cover and exclusive interview with the men’s publication.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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