Drake's Tour Bus Gets Towed Before Tour Kickoff with Migos

Back in May, Drake announced a massive summer and fall tour with his fellow chart-toppers the Migos.

Gossip sites were abuzz yesterday with news that the rapper's tour bus had been towed and impounded in Kansas City, but it's hard to believe that would be the reason for this latest delay.

We've checked with Kansas City law enforcement. they tell us there are no citations or arrests connected to the bus - but it's possible it could be a repossession.

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The rescheduling was due to "production issues", according to a release. The tour was originally scheduled to begin July 26 in Utah, and Drake was originally slated to perform at the Sprint Center on July 31.

Minnesota fans should hang onto their tickets for the rescheduled date, whenever that happens. The St. Paul show is being postponed with a new date soon to be announced. Unfortunately for fans in Kansas City, MO who were expecting to attend the kick-off date tonight, they might have to wait a bit longer since the tour has been postponed once again. A spokesperson for Drake told Pitchfork.

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