By now, we’re all well aware of James Charles‘ latest scandal. It all started when beauty guru Tati Westbrook took to her channel to expose him for several of of his wrong-doings, including the SugarBearHair betrayal and his alleged manipulation of straight men on several occasions. He lost approximately 3 million subscribers at one point from the ordeal, and even though he’s managed to gain roughly two million back since then, there are still bound to be some side effects. Yep, that’s right. Now that this has become one of the biggest YouTube scandals in history, James’ Sisters Tour has been canceled.
James took to his Instagram Stories over the weekend to announce the news and explain to his fans why he came to this disappointing decision. The star made it very clear that this was a personal decision, and that the arenas did not pull out of the tour. However, he did mention that there wouldn’t have been merch, due to the fact that Sisters Apparel is currently shut down. And in addition to the fact that the scandal set them back on rehearsals, he really just needs to take time to improve his mental health.
The 20-year-old star explained, “A lot has gone on in the past few weeks, which has led many people, including myself, wondering what was going to happen to the tour. And after the last week of meetings and phone calls, and trying to figure it all out, we have officially come to the very, very tough decision that I am canceling the ‘Sisters Tour.’ Now I know this sucks, and people are going to be upset and sad about it and trust me, I am not really happy about this either.”
And yes, fans will be getting their money back!
“All the refunds will be fully automatic, and you will get them within the next business week,” he said. “There are no refund or restocking fees or whatever. I am paying for all of them myself personally because I really want to make sure that you guys don’t have to worry about any of this stuff.”
Before announcing that it would be canceled, the influencer addressed the tour in a 40-minute-long YouTube video in which he provided receipts to prove his innocence.
“In regards to the Sisters Tour, which I’ve gotten quite a lot of questions about — despite the ticket scandal, we are almost complete sold out nationwide and that is mind-blowing to me, and I’m so grateful. I know there’s been a lot of emails and speculation. As of right now I unfortunately do not have a full answer on what is happening with the tour, but I will have an update for you guys by the end of this week. I promise.”
The tour was a project he had been dreaming of for quite some time, which he expressed in his tour announcement.
“I swear to God, you guys, I have literally been talking to my team about going on tour for over two years now, and we wanted to wait and make sure it’d be absolutely perfect and I cannot believe that it is finally here and I get to tell you guys about it,” he said.
Still, whether you’re a sister or not, we think it’s important to brief you on what the tour was all about. And lucky for you, we’re spilling all the tea. It’s time to sister scroll through the gallery for all the details on James’ canceled tour.
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