James Charles Cancels Sisters Tour Amid Tati Westbrook Drama

James Charles Cancels Sisters Tour Amid Tati Westbrook Drama

YouTube star James Charles introduced on Friday, May 24, that he’s canceling his Sisters tour on the heels of his feud with fellow magnificence influencer Tati Westbrook.

“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,” the 20-year-old stated. “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.”

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James Charles attends the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 1, 2019 in Las Vegas. Amy Sussman/FilmMagic

“Now I know this sucks and people are going to be upset and sad about it, trust me I am not really happy about this either,” he added.

“I made the decision to pull the tour. This was 100 percent my decision. None of the venues pulled out, none of the brands that were going to be sponsoring it pulled out and keep in mind, it was almost completely sold out and still, less than one percent of people who bought tickets contacted about refunds,” Charles continued. “The Sisters Tour is not being canceled because I was ‘canceled.’ Let’s make that clear. I made the decision for a lot of different personal reasons.”

As beforehand reported Charles and his mentor Westbrook had a really public falling out earlier this month after the 37-year-old posted a 43-minute video to YouTube titled “BYE SISTER,” wherein she referred to as out Charles for double-crossing her with a hair vitamin endorsement and accused him of sexually harassing straight males.

After Charles posted an apology and denied her harassment allegations, the pair agreed to put their differences behind them. But not earlier than the primary male Covergirl spokesperson lost nearly three million YouTube subscribers and celebrities together with Kylie Jenner unfollowed him.

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James Charles introduced he was canceling his Sisters tour. James Charles/Instagram

In his Instagram Stories on Friday, Charles stated he didn’t wish to speak about the drama of the past few weeks however admitted, “I’m not better and I’m not back either but I am trying to move on with my life and focus on good things that make me happy … with that being said, I’m still not doing well.”

He added that the previous couple of weeks “have been a rollercoaster” and instructed his followers that he was ensuring that he takes “a little bit of time off to get my head back where it needs to be.”



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