Snoop Dogg Cancels Upcoming Non-U.S. Shows 'Due To Unforeseen Scheduling Conflicts'

Snoop Dogg is canceling upcoming shows outside of the United States.

The "Ain't No Fun" rapper announced on Sunday that he is canceling the non-U.S. portion of his tour with "regrets."

According to his statement, the international performances were cancelled  

because of "unforeseen scheduling conflicts, including family obligations and upcoming TV and film projects.".

Snoop, 50, apologized to those who had already made plans to see his show, as he was excited to see his fans all over the world. 

He is looking forward to rescheduling dates in the future."

In addition, all tickets will be refunded at "the original point of purchase."

A statement concluded, "Snoop will continue to tour the U.S. for the remainder of 2022." "Thank you for your support and stay safe."

"FROM THE DESK OF SNOOP DOGG," the BODR rapper captioned the post.

Concerts were originally scheduled across Europe between Aug. 26 and Sept. 19.

Snoop revealed in an interview with The Buzz last month that he's working on a collaboration with BTS, revealing that he's already recorded vocals.

On the red carpet for the American Song Contest 

he co-hosted with Kelly Clarkson, Snoop said, "You gotta talk to them, but my parts are in."

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