R&B singer/songwriter and reality TV star Kandi Burruss has pulled the plug on her musical tour A Mother's Love.
The Don't Think I'm Not hitmaker created the play, based on the rocky relationship between her mother and Burruss' now-husband Todd Tucker, last year (13), and debuted it in Atlanta, Georgia in November (13).
The production began touring earlier this month (Sep14), but it appears a problem with the show's promoters has prompted Burruss to scrap the remaining dates after completing just three gigs.
Announcing the news via a post on Instagram.com, she writes, "I licensed A Mother's Love to a promoter with high expectations of finally seeing my creation go on the road and I am very saddened and frustrated by the cancellation of the tour.
"More than that my heart goes out to the cast who all are AMAZINGLY talented. We really worked hard to put together an awesome show. It breaks my heart that we wont be able to put on this show for my fans...
"I hope you understand that the cancellation was beyond my control. Please don't hold it against me!"
Ticketholders have been offered refunds at their point of purchase.