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Kodak Black removed from Future's "Nobody Safe" tour, replaced by ASAP Ferg

The rapper's legal troubles cost him a spot on one of the hottest tours of the summer.

Lucas Alvarado // Far Fetched

It appears that Kodak Black's legal troubles may have cost him a big opportunity: a spot on Future's Nobody Safe Tour.

Future shared an updated flier for the Nobody Safe Tour on Friday night, and Kodak Black is nowhere to be found. Kodak was previously scheduled to join the tour for select dates alongside Future, Migos and Tory Lanez. But last week, Kodak was found guilty on five of six counts of violating the terms of his house arrest, adding onto a year with repeated arrests and stints in jail. The decision whether if he faces more time behind bars will be made during another hearing on Thursday, May 4 - the same date that the Nobody Safe Tour kicks off in Memphis, Tenn.

In the updated flier, A$AP Ferg has appeared to replace Kodak Black's slots. Young Thug, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Zoey Dollaz serve as additional supporting acts. See the updated flier, shared by Future Hendrix himself, below.

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