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The Kid LAROI To Join Lil Baby On 'It's Only Us' Tour With GloRilla, Hunxho And More

11 April 2023 | 1:05 pm | Jessie Lynch

The Aussie rapper will join Lil Baby's It's Only Us tour across the US alongside GloRilla, Gloss Up, Rylo Rodriguez and rising star Hunxho.

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The Kid LAROI will be joining Lil Baby's It's Only Us tour across the US alongside GloRilla, Gloss Up, Rylo Rodriguez and rising star Hunxho.

On Monday, April 10, Lil Baby took to social media to announce the dates for his upcoming tour with a video showing him lounging on a floatie in his pool as he FaceTimes all the artists set to join him on the highly-anticipated tour.

Lil Baby and his crew will be performing at various major cities across North America, starting with Metro Metro Festival in Montreal in May.

Following his show at Governor's Ball in New York City in June, they will be hitting up 32 arenas in other major cities such as Houston and New Orleans. 

The tour will conclude at FLA Arena in Fort Lauderdale on September 22.

Fans can mark their calendars as tickets will be available for purchase starting on April 13.

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In other recent news from The Kid LAROI, he recently faced backlash after late rapper Juice WRLD was seemingly removed from the album cover art for their collab track, Reminds Me of You.

Fans were understandably disappointed over the sudden omission, given that LAROI's connection to Juice WRLD is a significant part of his success.

In light of questions from fans, the 19-year-old Aussie responded by insisting that he had no part in the removal of Juice's name, and had spoken to his record label to rectify the change.

“I had NOTHING to do with this & had no idea it was even a thing until now," he wrote. "I’ve hit the label and asked them to change it back,” he wrote on Twitter on March 26. 

“I’m sorry & genuinely have no clue why it was changed without my permission.”

"I would never approve of that," the Australian rapper explained in the comments section, adding, "EVER."