New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is bringing new meaning to going solo for dolo. The hip-hop artist has announced the termination of his entire management team.

6ix9ine went to Instagram this week to break the major news and also reveal his fall tour is nixed.

“What’s up everybody? I’m letting everybody know that I cancelled my whole tour. The American dates is not happening. It’s not going down. Austin, Texas, I think I was supposed to be there today. I’m not going to there. I spoke to the promoters – we are going to be in business. I am going to be in Austin, Texas. I fired everybody in my team. I’ve got no manager, no booking agent, no PR, no publicist, I don’t got nobody on my team. It’s just me. I want everybody to know if you’re booking shows, do not book shows unless I say ‘this’ show is going to be booked with this person. They will steal your money, they’re not me, I’m not signing no f*cking contracts that don’t got nothing to do with me. Whoever is doing shows for Tekashi 6ix9ine is stealing your f*cking money. So if you need shows, I will let people know I’m doing shows or if you not on the phone with me, do not book that show because it is not me. I fired everybody. I don’t give a f*ck who you used to see me with. They’re no longer around. It’s a f**king dub. November 23 the album drops.”

Recently, producer Scott Storch shared in-studio footage of himself and Tek.

A few days ago, Tek promised he had the best project of the year gearing up to drop.

“So I’ve been working on this project for the f*cking past week and I’m letting you know now this is the best f*cking project you’re gonna hear this f*cking year. You know how mad n*ggas put out projects and they got one song and they be like, ‘Oh sh*t, you heard that n*gga album or EP or mixtape or whatever,’ and they got one song? Every song on this f*cking project is a f*cking Billboard hit. It’s a f*cking banger. Watch the f*cking numbers. Watch the first week f*cking sales, man. You know the vibes.”

Last week, 6ix9ine treated fans to a sneak peek at his upcoming solo project’s artwork.