The trek would definitely be lucrative. Each of the aforementioned stars is coming off a successful tour, including “Formation World Tour,” “24K Magic World Tour,” “Anti World Tour,” and “The Party Tour.”
Breezy and Bruno have yet to collaborate, but Brown has remixed Queen Bey’s “Jealous.” He’s also worked with Rihanna in the past on “Nobody’s Business,” “Birthday Cake (Remix),” and more. They also had a romantic relationship that ended in turmoil.
Some took issue with Brown’s mention of Rihanna, since the tweet lands on the nine-year anniversary of his 2009 assault of his former girlfriend. Last year, he opened up about the life-altering incident in his Welcome to My Life documentary. “A lot of the times, I look back at that picture and I’m like, ‘That’s not me, bro.’ I hate it to this day,” he said. “That’s gonna haunt me forever.”
While his tour concept may be farfetched, Breezy has been stacking his collaborations, working with King Combs (“Love You Better”) and Remy Ma (“Melanin Magic”). Now, he is prepping a Rich the Kid collaboration and a joint mixtape with Jacquees.