Omarion announces The Millennium Tour 2020—without B2K
Bow Wow, Soulja Boy, Ying Yang Twins and more will support.
Omarion was reluctantly pulled into drama over Apryl Jones and Lil Fizz’s new relationship earlier this month, but he clearly is having none of it. After teasing a possible second installment of the B2K Millennium Tour next year, the singer has now announced that the tour is definitely happening—just without his groupmates.
Like the initial Millennium Tour, which grossed over $6.7 million this year, the Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd and Pretty Ricky will join Omarion, as well as Soulja Boy, Sammie and co-headliner Bow Wow. Hip Hop-N-More also reports that there will be an additional surprise guest, who will be revealed later on.
Omarion first teased fans about the possibility of the tour last week, when he posted a photo of the tour’s logo on Instagram along with a spray-painted “2020.”
“#Millenniumtour2020 ??” he captioned the photo.
J-Boog addressed his post on Instagram Live, where he denied that any sequel tour would be happening, at least not with the full B2K crew.
”I love them ni**as. I like B2K, them ni**as hard,” he said. “But I’mma tell you right now, they are not on that tour. Holla. Them ni**as tried to use the same picture, all that sh*t, to fake the fans out like we gon’ [do the tour].”
The group riff was caused by another member, Lil Fizz, who revealed earlier this month that he is dating Apryl Jones, Omarion’s ex-girlfriend and the mother of his two children. While he appeared to be largely unbothered by the news, Omarion did address the couple’s new relationship in an interview with Vlad TV.
“I don’t feel no ways. I don’t feel any way about it… if they’re happy then they should be happy,” he said. “I think they should change the narrative though. Because if it’s their so-called happiness then I shouldn’t be a part of it.”
The Millennium Tour 2020 cities will be announced on Monday, Dec. 2 and pre-sale tickets will become available starting on Thursday, Dec. 5.
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