The Vamps tease UK tour & James McVey LEAVES Twitter. Bad fans!

by Martin
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Are you going to see The Vamps on tour?

Are you going to see The Vamps on tour?

British band The Vamps are currently on tour in the US, performing as the support act for America’s own Austin Mahone but that doesn’t mean they’re not thinking about home.

The band have revealed that while travelling around the America they’re busy planning what they want to do for all their UK fans when they return for their headline concerts.

The Vamps are set to perform a run of tour dates across the UK later next month and drummer Tristan Evans took to his own Twitter page to discuss the gigs.

While he didn’t reveal too much about what they were planning (shame!) he did tease their thousands of fans and said they’re excited for everyone to see it.

Tristan tweeted: “Working on our UK tour whilst on the road here! So excited for you to see it! x” which of course sent their fans into a frenzy.

The Vamps will kick off their UK tour on the 23rd of September at Sheffield’s City Hall and will run until the 15th of October where they’ll perform in London’s Eventim Apollo.

Being in such a big band like The Vamps can’t be easy, especially when you have Twitter, Facebook and other social networks following your every move.

These days, rumours are easily spread across the internet and for The Vamps’ James McVey it’s all getting a bit much and he’s getting a little bit fed up.

The Vamps James McVey

Earlier in the week he took to his own Twitter page (seen above) to tell the world he’s fed up of hearing stupid stories about himself and it seems like he’s taking a break from it all. He posted:

“STOP MAKING UP STUFF ABOUT ME. I WOULD NEVER DECLINE PICTURES WITH PEOPLE BECAUSE ‘THEY ARE FAT’. DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT ME? 😤”

“Frustrated with the constant rubbish I’m sent on personal messages here. Bye twitter”

This isn’t the first time McVey has felt the need to hit out at the press and people who twist his words. Back in June he tweeted that people shouldn’t believe everything they read.

To give it some more context the publication in question had reportedly quoted him as saying that he’d never date a fan because they were so young he could be put in prison.

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