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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

V-Nasty Cancels Upcoming Tour Dates Due to Probation Issues

Posted By on Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 1:47 PM

click to enlarge V-Nasty: Not performing next week at Slim's.
  • V-Nasty: Not performing next week at Slim's.

If anyone still thinks that Kreayshawn associate, Gucci Mane collaborator, and Oakland A's fan V-Nasty was just fronting about her rough-and-tumble background and years spent in and out of juvie and jail, this should shut them up: V-Nasty just canceled her S.F. show at Slim's next week, and indeed all of her upcoming live dates. The reason, according to her publicist? "Probation issues."

We don't know much more than that, other than that the issues are related to her curfew, not any travel restriction. We're guessing they relate to the time she spent in jail last year -- the stint that helped her become famous with the line, "Free V-Nasty" in Kreayshawn's breakout hit, "Gucci Gucci."

This is what it looked like when she got out:

Those of you who purchased tickets to her S.F. show can get refunds where you purchasd them. Her upcoming shows in New York, L.A., Chicago, Atlanta, and Houston have also been canceled.


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