The former member of Maverick City Music, Dante Bowe, has reportedly cancelled his US solo tour for 2022.
Bowe had announced the 'Joyful Tour' would reach 14 cities in October and November featuring other Christian artist such as Evvie McKinney and Social Club Misfits.
But after inquiring for months whether Bowe's tour was going ahead, news outlet Roys Report received confirmation that the singer "doesn't have any tour dates scheduled right now".
It comes after the 29-year-old and Maverick City Music put a "pause" on their professional relationship in September.
The US worship collective said it made the decision after Bowe exhibited "behaviour that is inconsistent with our core values and beliefs".
Although it has not been revealed what kind of behaviour led to the decision, several YouTube and Tiktok accounts shared a video of Bowe dancing and rapping explicit lyrics.
In an Instagram post, Bowe said he was "sincerely sorry" for his offensive behaviour and thanked Maverick City Music for its support. However, the apology has since been deleted.
It is understood tour schedule for 2023 will released soon, according to The Roys Report.
On Monday, Bowe posted a new song on his Instagram. He said the song was written for anyone who's had [a] hard couple months."