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The 'Make It Nasty' rapper and the former stripper allegedly ended their relationship after dating for more than two years.
The rapper's fifth studio album, executive produced by Kanye West, will be 'less commercial' than its predecessor, 2013's 'Hotel California'.
T-Raww explains on Twitter that he cancels plan to join the tour because he'll be busy working on his new album and a new movie.
Tyga, who shared a black-and-white photo of him posing with Brown and Boosie, hints that they may be working on 'Fan of a Fan 2'.
In addition to the hookah-smoking beautiful ladies, T-Raww invites a tiger, a camel, a monkey and even an elephant to his bash.
The single's artwork has sparked speculation that another member Aundrea Fimbres has left the group which announced their reunion last year.
Durk has explained that his feud with Tyga started after he rapped lines about the Compton rapper's fiancee Blac Chyna in a track he recorded with Chris Brown and French Montana.
Durk name-drops Tyga as he previews the remix of Nicki Minaj's song in a video uploaded on his Instagram.
The annual tour, which is currently in its third year, will open in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on July 24 and conclude in Irvine, California, on August 24.
The new remix of the song, which was originally recorded by Lopez and Montana, features new verses from Tyga, a sample of Jay-Z's 'Hey Papi' and new beat.
The colorful video, which was directed by Colin Tilley, sees Tyga doing some choreography while Minaj hits the playground with some dangerous-looking men.
The clip, which was directed by Brown himself, features the trio hanging out and flirting with some ladies at Los Angeles' Universal CityWalk.
The long-delayed sixth studio album, which the 'Fine China' singer calls his 'best album yet,' will hit the stores on May 5.
The black-and-white picture, which was posted on Tyga's Twitter before being removed, shows the two rappers sitting next to each other in a studio.
The two stars and their ladies run away from paparazzi and screaming fans who chase them through a computer-generated building.