Ice Spice Blasted for Including Mostly America Show Dates in World Tour Announcement

The 'Princess Diana' hitmaker finds herself in hot water after revealing more than sixteen tour dates in America and seven festival dates in several European countries.

AceShowbiz - Ice Spice has found herself in hot water following her recent social media post. The "Princess Diana" hitmaker went under fire for including mostly show dates in America in the announcement about her "Y2K! World Tour".

On Wednesday, June 5, the 24-year-old hip-hop artist surprised her fans, famously known as Munchkins, as she broke the news about her world tour. She announced that she will be hitting the road to support her upcoming album titled "Y2K!", which will be released in July.

Making use of her Instagram page, Ice, whose real name is Isis Naija Gaston, uploaded a photo featuring details about the tour. In the picture, it could be seen that fellow artist Cash Cobain will join her at her upcoming concerts in North America.

The announcement also features dates of her upcoming performances at a number of festivals in Europe. She is set to stop by Denmark, Poland, Austria and a few more countries in Europe before taking the stage in London, the United Kingdom on July 12.

While there are seven festival dates, all of which take place in Europe, Ice has more than 16 tour dates in America. The American leg of the tour will kick off in Washington on July 30. She will entertain her fans in Montclair and Philadelphia on August 1 and 2 respectively before hitting the stage in Boston on August 4.

Ice will also stop by New York, Detroit and Toronto before performing in Chicago on August 13. Furthermore, she has two tour dates in California, Los Angeles on August 19 and Oakland on August 21. The American leg of the tour will conclude in Miami Beach, Florida on August 31.

Along with the announcement, Ice wrote in the caption of the post, "Y2K! WORLD TOUR," adding a star emoji. She went on to unveil more details about tour tickets, "tickets on sale this Friday at 10am."

After breaking the news about "Y2K! World Tour", Ice received complaints from many Instagram users for calling it a "world tour." In the comments section, one in particular sarcastically wrote, "I didn't know north america is the world lol." Another asked, "How is that a world tour." A third joked, "Are we on the same world? Lmao." A fourth simply added, "Girl that's not the world."

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