Taking to Twitter today, Taylor announced that the "#LaterThatNightTour will now be the #KTSEOnAlseVII TOUR," adding that tonight's cancelled date in Toronto would be rescheduled.
Taylor stated that all future dates on the itinerary would remain the same and that she would keep vocalist DaniLeigh on the bill as her supporting act.
"I promised y'all I would work it out regardless," Taylor wrote, adding hashtags #womenempowerment and #LevelUp.
Taylor confirmed to a fan on Twitter that Jeremih had been removed from the tour, though a clear reason was not given. The vocalist had hinted that yesterday's split was caused by unequal billing and questionable behaviour from Jeremih, later alleging that the R&B singer and his team were actively working to sabotage her set.
Toronto promoter RapSeason confirmed tonight's cancellation, adding that refunds will be available at point-of-purchase for ticketholders. No mention was made as to whether original tickets will be honoured at the forthcoming make-up date.
Jeremih has yet to acknowledge the lineup change via social media. Of course, this isn't the first time a tour he's been a part of has gone sideways.
#LaterThatNightTour will now be the #KTSEOnAlseVII TOUR. Toronto will be rescheduled for later this week & All other dates will remain the same. I will also keep @DaniLeigh on as my special guest ❤️ I promised y'all I would work it out regardless.✊🏾#womenempowerment #LevelUp— TEYANA M.J. SHUMPERT (@TEYANATAYLOR) August 16, 2018
So did y'all remove Jeremiah?? Or break off and do your own thing and you took his opening act? Idc frfr see you in #dallas— DJ Ashi Ash (@BlkAshli) August 16, 2018
He's been removed from the tour.— TEYANA M.J. SHUMPERT (@TEYANATAYLOR) August 16, 2018
Due to circumstances beyond our control, tonight's Toronto stop of the The Later That Night Tour featuring Jeremih & Teyana Taylor (at The Phoenix) has been cancelled.— RAPSEASON (@rapseason) August 16, 2018
Purchasers wishing to obtain a refund can do so at point-of-purchase. We apologize for any inconvenience. pic.twitter.com/ncAFBEZX9B