Arrest warrant: “The Black and White Tour” canceled – health reasons entertainment

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After Torkel’s performance in Mannheim |

Arrest warrant cancels entire tour

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His fans shouldn’t worry, wrote Haftzettel on his Instagram page. But the words of the star rapper make the alarm bells ring!

Due to health problems, Haftbefehl has canceled his entire tour. “The Black and White Tour” will be canceled without replacement, as he announced on Wednesday. Ten concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland will not go through the stage.

Arrest warrant (36) in his statement: “My body needs a break. A break I don’t know how long it will last.” He thanks his fans for their support and signs the statement with his real first name – Aykut.

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Is the cancellation of the tour also related to the arrest warrant’s strange Torkel performance ten days ago in Mannheim?

On August 7, the rapper (“Chabos know who Babo is”) apparently fell drunk on stage. After just two minutes, he broke off the performance in Mannheim’s open-air club Hafen 49 – in the middle of the first track.

Bitter for the fans: The scandalous appearance was already a catch-up date for a concert in July that had been canceled at short notice – at that time, too, the arrest warrant had canceled the show for health reasons.

A return to the stage seems to be a long way off after the current cancellation. Fans can return their purchased tickets for the “Black and White Tour” to the ticket offices.

These concerts are affected by the tour cancellation

September 1 – Stuttgart, Im Wizemann September 3 – Vienna, Simm City September 4 – Munich, Theaterfabrik September 6 – Cologne, Live Music Hall September 7 – Frankfurt, Batschkapp September 8 – Zurich, Dynamo September 11 – Leipzig, Täubchenthal September 12 – Hamburg, Mojo Club September 13 – Berlin, Astra Kulturhaus September 16 – Dortmund, Junkyard