PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “Summer’s Over” tour recently wrapped up The Masonic in San Francisco, CA on Sunday night. During the finale, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter spoke his peace addressing the controversy surrounding his former tourmate Jeremih. “I appreciate everybody filling up this room, and standing in this room, and not refunding your ticket, because you want to see a real person.”
He continued to say: “I might not have the most hits in the game that’s under my name—I might not sing the best falsetto…,” he continued. “Everyone knows I’m a real person and I don’t have time for any other fake shit. I can’t do fake shit. I’m not calling nobody fake, I’m just saying.” Obviously we all know who he was talking about, without directly mentioning Jeremiah’s name. Crooner Jeremih, was removed off the “Summer’s Over” tour by Live Nation last week after issues arose between the two camps reportedly over Jeremih being a co-headliner.
Along with allegedly sending out an imposter to perform in his spot, Jeremih dissed PARTYNEXTDOOR on stage during a show in Dallas.