Tyla Faces Backlash for Cancelling Tour After Clubbing With Gunna: Fans Express Disappointment

by Grace Somes
Tyla and Gunna || Image credit: @tyla @gunna

“So, she (Tyla) canceled her tour because of ‘health issues,’ but she can party with a world-renowned rat?” Fans jumped on a video of Tyla parting with Gunna.

Fans of Tyla could not believe their eyes when they saw a video of their favorite jumping up and down, drunk in the club euphoria when she had just canceled on tour. 

A fact that has left many feeling disappointed!

In March, Tyla canceled her upcoming North American tour, citing a longstanding injury that has worsened.

“As much as this is something I would rather have dealt with privately. It’s important that I share what I have to share with you today. For the past year, I’ve been silently suffering from an injury that has tragically worsened. I’ve seen doctors and specialists with high hopes, but the pain has only become more agonizing, as has the severity of the situation,” Tyla wrote. 

The South African performer continued to show her remorse in the press statement

“Words cannot describe my frustration at this pivotal point in my career. So please know that my team and I are working diligently on a spectacular show for you as soon as I am recovered and ready to return safely onstage this summer,” added Tyla.

Tyla informed the fans in North America that their “tickets will automatically be refunded.” And those in other countries will hear back from the vendor where they bought their tickets. 


But after spotting her outside, some fans are dragging the singer for canceling and not refunding their tickets.

“So, she canceled her tour because of “health issues,” but she can party with a world-renowned rat? And I still ain’t get my refund,” one fan wrote.

Another added, “This why she canceled her tour 😒😒😒.”

“I see two people enjoying the event ❤️ y’all so messy they just drop a song not too long ago ofc they gone hang out 😂.”

Earlier this year, Tyla teamed up with Gunna and Skillibeng for the song “Jump,” which has already racked up more than 42 million streams on Spotify.

These devoted fans will have to wait a bit longer to see the Grammy winner live.

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