Despite reports that Diddy canceled five dates of his Coming Home tour due to poor tickets sale, the rapper's representative has merely explained that they had to be dropped due to "logistics!"
"A few dates for the 'Coming Home' tour in Florida and Missouri were canceled due to production and technical logistics which made it impossible for Diddy Dirty Money to perform the best show for their fans. The remaining shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Phoenix are scheduled as planned and will mark the ending to a widely acclaimed tour."
More than a little vague, right?
We wonder what kind of sudden logistics would force them to cancel - you'd think that they would have checked these things out before scheduling the show at these locations!
Or, you know, maybe they just wouldn't provide Diddy with a helicopter to travel in or police escorts! Ha!
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Here are the tour dates:
4/13 - Minneapolis
4/14 - Chicago
4/15 - Detroit
4/22: New York
4/23: Atlantic City
4/30: St. Petersburg
5/6: San Francisco
5/7: Los Angeles
5/14: Kansas City
5/15: St. Louis
As you know, Patton's Oswalt's wife Michelle McNamarapassed away suddenly in April, and he still struggles to cope with the devastating loss.
Speaking with The Times, the stand-up comedian recounted the heartbreaking morning he found the true crime author had died in her sleep -- a day he says was the "the second worst day of his life," the first being when he had to tell the couple's seven-year-old daughter, Alice, that her mother had passed.
Oswalt recalled telling his wife -- who had been working long hours investigating "The Golden State Killer" -- to "sleep until you wake up." So, McNamara took some Xanax and went to bed.