Lauryn Hill Postpones Home Detention To Head Out On Tour
Lauryn Hill has reportedly been granted permission to postpone home detention following her recent release from prison, in order to head out on tour. The roadtrip will push her mandatory 3-month home confinement back to January. L-Boogie is slated to play dates from November 15th to December 31st, before heading home on New Years Day. All of the dates and other tour details will have to be approved by Hill’s probation officer. The news follows the recent release of “Consumerism” – a track recorded before she reported to prison to begin the 3-month sentence on charges of tax evasion – which dropped on the eve of her release. Lauryn Hill’s camp has made no official statement regarding the tour announcement. Stay tuned for more as details emerge.