On Sunday (Dec. 3), Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to share some bad news with the Barbz community. “I have to tell you something. One last thing. Hope it doesn’t make you sad. I won’t be able to perform tomorrow in Chicago for Jingle Ball,” she revealed. “I was so excited to see you guys. Please accept my sincerest apologies. I’ll make it up to you on the Chicago stops of my tour early next year. Details to come.”

She continued by revealing who will take her place, a move that should keep satisfaction high for attendees. “HOWEVER! My beloved brother/boss stepped up for me so that I wouldn’t have to push my album back. His name is Lil Wayne aka the GOAT. He will perform tomorrow at the Chicago show.” Minaj also confirmed that she will still be taking the stage for the upcoming Jingle Ball events in Atlanta and Miami.

The Chicago stop of iHeartRadio‘s big holiday tour goes down in Allstate Arena later today (Dec. 4). In addition to a headlining Weezy, Doechii, Kaliii, Jelly Roll, and more will be providing support.

This Friday (Dec. 8), Minaj will unveil her fifth studio album, Pink Friday 2, the long-awaited sequel to her 2010 debut. Thus far, fans were treated to singles like “Do We Have A Problem?” with Lil Baby, “We Go Up” with Fivio Foreign, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” “Last Time I Saw You,” and the chart-topping “Super Freaky Girl.”

“The first song on my album took me months. Months. Closer to a year,” Minaj tweeted about the forthcoming LP during a Q&A session. “I ran from it. Couldn’t stop crying. You’ll hear me say the date that I wrote the second verse of the song ON the song. It’s the best. My absolute best intro in my opinion. Someone added their genius touch to it. Magic.”