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Surprise! Rick Ross' Maybach Tour Stop In Houston Canceled

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According to an email we have just received from Live Nation in Houston, the Maybach Tour set for next week on December 13 at Reliant Arena, has been canceled.

In fact, Ross has canceled the rest of the tour. He cited problems with the tour promoter among other things.

The tour -- featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Wale, and Machine Gun Kelly -- has had issues with gangs threatening violence at some stops.

According to the missive from Live Nation, tickets can be refunded at point of purchase starting Monday, December 10th. Tickets purchased by phone or online will be automatically refunded.

You may remember that Ross also had to cancel an April date in Houston due to a bout with seizures.

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