Childish Gambino says his current world tour ''will be his last''.
Childish Gambino says this tour ''will be his last''.
The 'This Is America' hitmaker - whose real name is Donald Glover Jr. - told fans who attended his show in Atlanta earlier this week that this tour would mark his last set of shows.
He told the crowd: ''If you're at this show know that it's the last Gambino tour ever. This is not a concert. This is f***ing church.''
Meanwhile, the 34-year-old actor and singer previously confessed he avoided the internet after the release of 'This Is America'.
He explained: ''Some friends have sent a couple [of the pieces], but, for real, I haven't been on the Internet since [it came out]. It's bad for me. I'm really sensitive. I see one negative thing, and I track that person down. I go to their Instagram and be like, 'You're not so great. That baby's not even that cute!'''
And Donald has got a fan in Adele as she previously revealed she loved his ''greatness.''
Taking to her Instagram account, after her 30th birthday bash, she shared: ''Dirty 30! I'm not sure what I'm going to do for the next 30 years as I've been blessed beyond words in my life so far. Thank you to everyone for coming along for the ride the last 11 years with me. My family and friends for entertaining my super fandom of the 'Titanic' movie. Last night was the best night of my life. Here's a couple pics. I'm absolutely f***ed, not sure I'll make it out the house again! Ps Childish Gambino how the hell do you have time to offer us so much greatness on so many platforms. I adore you x (sic)''
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