Diddy Postpones Bad Boy Anniversary Tour to Recover from Shoulder Surgery

Diddy Postpones Bad Boy Anniversary Tour to Recover from Shoulder Surgery
While Diddy may well be a Bad Boy for life, it turns out that he can be stopped, at least temporarily. The rap mogul's big "Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour" has been postponed so he can recover from a recent shoulder surgery.

A representative for the rapper told the Associated Press that the big trek — which also features Lil Kim, the Lox, Faith Evans, Ma$e, 112 and more — will not be starting up next week as had been planned. This is because label head honcho Diddy was forced to have shoulder surgery owing to an undisclosed injury.

Despite the delay, there are still plans to re-book the concert tour, which Combs had previously described as "a celebration of the hits and the Bad Boy lifestyle." It had intended to hit Toronto on September 6. Make-up dates have yet to be revealed, but you can see the scrubbed show schedule down below.

In addition to that shoulder injury, it sounds like Diddy may also have some troubles with heartache at the moment, as rumours are circling that he and longtime partner/vocalist Cassie have broken up. And by the sounds of it, it wasn't amicable.

TMZ reports that the pair got into a heated argument in a parked car in Beverly Hills on Wednesday (August 17), where Cassie allegedly told the rapper she wanted to call their five-year relationship off. He reportedly then grabbed her phone and started scrolling through info, getting out of the phone with her mobile property. She and a driver sped off.

They met up at their home later in the evening, where police showed up to write up a domestic incident report. The police had been called by Cassie's mother, whom the singer had called to discuss the night's earlier events.

Diddy hasn't mentioned anything about this online, while Cassie did deliver this cryptic pic on Instagram last week.
 
 

I made up my mind

A photo posted by Casandra (@cassie) on


Tour dates:

08/25 Columbus, OH - Schottenstein Center
08/26 Cincinnati, OH - U.S. Bank Arena
08/27 Chicago, IL - United Center
08/31 Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
09/02 Detroit, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills
09/03 Baltimore, MD - Royal Farms Arena
09/04 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
09/06 Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
09/08 Atlanta, GA - Philips Arena
09/10 Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena
09/11 Tampa, FL - Amalie Arena
09/14 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
09/15 Houston, TX - Toyota Center
09/16 San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
09/18 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
09/20 Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena
09/22 Washington, DC - Verizon Center
09/23 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
09/24 Boston, MA - TD Garden
09/25 Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
10/01 Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
10/02 Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena
10/04 Los Angeles, CA - The Forum
10/06 San Diego, CA - Viejas Arena
10/08 Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena