Fetty Wap is hitting the road while also recording tracks for his next upcoming full release. The tour will consist of songs from “Aye” and “There She Go” as well as his mixtapes and… maybe some new stuff? Pretty sure he’ll play “Trap Queen.” Maybe not. Maybe he’s sick of that song. Are you? If so, you probably aren’t interested in this show. Thanks for stopping by.
Earlier this year, Fetty released his smash records, “Aye” and “There She Go.” Shortly after, he teamed up with label mates, Cheat Codes (“No Promises Ft. Demi Lovato”) for their bubbling winter jam, “Feels Great.” In between releasing official singles, Fetty gifted his fans with two mixtapes, Luck No. 7 and For My Fans II. Through out the FMF Tour, Fetty will continue recording his highly-anticipated sophomore album, King Zoo. The For My Fans Tour will kick off in Silver Springs, MD on January 13th of 2018 and conclude in Raleigh, NC on February 18th. Fans will get an intimate show with “Trap Queen” rapper and a chance to get to know Fetty, the performer. Additional show dates and acts will be announced at a later date. See the tour details below!
For My Fans Tour Dates
1/13/2018 – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore
1/15/2018 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
1/16/2018 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
1/18/2018 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
1/19/2018 – Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theater
1/20/2018 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
1/24/2018 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
1/25/2018 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues
1/26/2018 – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe
2/1/2018 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore
2/2/2018 – Los Angeles, CA – Belasco Theater
2/3/2018 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues
2/5/2018 – Anaheim,CA – House of Blues
2/12/2018 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
2/13/2018 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
2/15/2018 – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
2/16/2018 – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theater
2/17/2018 – Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
2/18/2018 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz
I just used Healthgrades.com to find a doctor. The phone number on the page said “New patients.” I called in and they took my name, phone, address, age, and insurance. Then they transferred me to the doctors office (I thought I was talking to my doctors office) and I was told they were not accepting new patients.
Now Healthgrades has all my personal information without any benefit to me.
I called them right back to have my information removed and the operator told me they’ll “put a request in.” I asked how long that will take and they said “up to four days.” I asked how I will know if my information has been removed and they said “you’ll have to call back.”
Consumer Affairs makes it clear that this is a company to stay away from:
I am liking these big clouds and surprise downpours. It gives me more time to stay indoors and argue with the chat reps on Crucial.com. I’ve been trying to upgrade the memory on my MacBook for about six months now, and they keep sending me the incorrect memory. I was assured by a chat rep named Samuel that if I were to return my memory via the Crucial website, that I would receive the correct memory when it was received. So I boxed up my old, incorrect memory sticks, put them in the mail, waited about a month, received two new memory sticks (maybe), installed them in my Macbook, got the the three-beep “this is the wrong memory” alert and hopped back into several Crucial chat support rooms, eventually got Samuel in the room who told me that the memory I had just received was STILL the wrong memory and that I would only be able to exchange it for the same incorrect memory sticks. Apparently Samuel also has a bad memory problem as he had previously assured me that I would receive the correct memory sticks and now I am here with my MacBook’s fan practically turning my computer into a hovercraft while I choose another, more reliable place to buy memory sticks for my computer.
In other news, I went to Chez Jay for the first time and I thought it was great.
My wife has been killing it with the Blue Apron lately. Last night, I was finally able to find a legit embed of this new Rihanna/Kanye/Paul McCartney song that the blogosphere has been raving about, and it made pretty good cooking music.
If you’re not familiar with Blue Apron, they basically send you a few meals worth of ingredients along with step by step instructions on how to put it all together. I’d say 75% of the time the meal is delicious. This week, my wife made buffalo wings, some awesome chili and a pizza with a couple eggs on it. I know, that’s what I said, but it was pretty good.
My taste buds are still maturing, but every once in a while Blue Apron will include a vegetable or seasoning that kinda ruins the meal (for me.) I’ve been in LA for 8 years, so I’ve learned to like kale, but it doesn’t need to go in half the recipes it appears in.
Why aren’t I cooking? I think my wife signed up for Blue Apron because she was sick of me cooking the same three meals over and over again. This really works out for both of us. I am getting pretty good at over-easy eggs and toast.
That song is pretty good, right? I like it. I knew the Beatles would get back together.