Sexyy Red Stuns Fans by Joining Drake’s It’s All a Blur Tour, No Longer Touring With Moneybagg Yo
Sexyy Red Joins Drake's It's All a Blur Tour
On Sunday (Aug. 13), Sexyy Red hopped on Twitter and announced that she would be opening for the remaining dates of Drake and 21 Savage's It's All a Blur Tour. In the tweet below, the 25-year-old's single, "SkeeYee," plays in the background while a graphic transitions from a picture of Sexyy Red to a car driving toward a venue.
She'll likely perform her hits "Poundtown" and "SkeeYee," in addition to songs from her Hood Hottest Princess mixtape. The rising artist just released the video for her song "I'm the S**t," so chances are that will be part of her performance, too.
Her announcement came as a total shock because she's supposed to be part of Moneybagg Yo's Larger Than Life Tour.
Fans React to Sexyy Red Leaving Moneybagg Yo's Tour
After Sexyy Red revealed that she'd be headlining the remaining dates of Drake and 21 Savage's It's All a Blur Tour on Twitter, fans were confused about her performance at Moneybagg Yo's tour, especially since some of them purchased tickets to see her.
"I’m really confused on how Sexyy Red on Drake's tour & not Moneybagg Yo’s since he got her first!!!" one user wrote in the tweet below. "I’m mad, dab. I done bought these tickets 'cause she was the main reason I even wanted to go."
Take a look at Sexyy Red announcing that she's on the It's All a Blur Tour below.
See Where Else Sexyy Red Will Perform for Drake's and 21 Savage's It's All a Blur Tour
Aug. 15-16: Inglewood, Calif. – Kia Forum
Aug. 18-19: San Francisco – Chase Center
Aug. 21-22: Los Angeles – Crypto Arena
Aug. 25-26: Seattle – Climate Pledge Arena
Aug. 28-29: Vancouver, Wash. – Rogers Arena
Sept. 1-2: Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 5-6: Glendale, Calif. – Desert Diamond Arena
Sept. 8: Denver – Ball Arena
Sept. 11-12: Austin, Texas – Moody Center
Sept. 14-15: Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Sept. 17-18: Houston – Toyota Center
Sept. 20: New Orleans – Smoothie King Center
Sept. 22-23: Charlotte, N.C. – Spectrum Center
Sept. 25-26: Atlanta – State Farm Arena
Sept. 28-29: Miami – Kaseya Center
Oct. 1-2: Nashville, Tenn. – Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 5 & 7: Toronto, Canada – Scotiabank Arena
Oct. 9: Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center