Last month, May 2022, was the month singer Teddyride was scheduled to begin his tour in North America. The tour was supposed to end in August, however, May officially ended three days ago without us seeing the singer boarding a flight from Robert International airport or arrival at one of the airports in the United States.
Today, the artist took to Facebook where he posted that “… the May USA tour have been postponed to a later date…”, a date which has yet to be confirmed.
“In high school my Teachers always told me to keep my eyes on my papers, I never forget that, I always keep my eyes on these papers….We are sorry to announce the May USA tour have been postponed to a later date soon.We still gat some big papers to look at here… my eyes still on my papers in America…I’m coming soon.”
July and August are the last two months left for the singer to either announce his new travel date for his tour or he might announce that he won’t be making his trip this year. Whatever the delay is, we hope that all works out in the end.
On the 26th of May, he posted three images on his Facebook page that showed him standing next to the US ambassador, Michael A. McCarthy. See photos below:
He added in his caption that “I’m [He’s] happy to have the biggest opportunity to meet [the] U.S ambassador, Michael A. McCarthy. Liberian Music Global one day one day Representing for Liberia Music.”
Apart from his tour being “postponed”, Teddyride has a new song featuring Tamba Hali titled, “Hosanna”. He’s also working on a brand new song, which will be out soon.
Written by First Lady/Augustina Kou Monpleh