They can't just drop the whole thing because then people would be tired of it by the time they can go back out on tour. Tickets for that Rage comeback tour, which they were headlining, sold out almost immediately after they went on sale. They're probably trying to figure out how to avoid giving that money back.
The world is coming to an end, but look at the bright side. Paul Rosenberg was let go from Def Jam, and it looks like we might finally be about to get Peter Rosenberg out of the paint.
I consulted Twitter, using the site's search function, and I didn't see anyone at all defending him after Jay Electronica put him on notice the other day. The consensus seems to be that he sucks and he shouldn't be on Hot 97. Are his bosses at the radio station aware of this? He's already been reduced to sidekick status on the Hot 97 morning show; it might be time to get rid of him altogether.
Peter Rosenberg tried to claim that Jay Electronica is an antisemite because of a line on his new album, which turned out to be a quote from the Bible. Jay Electronica responded on Twitter. Hopefully this results in Rosenberg debating Farrakhan on "Ebro in the Morning" and/or Rosenberg getting his ass kicked by the NOI's paramilitary wing.
and btw, @Rosenbergradio if you REALLY wanna get into it, we are willing to hold a discussion in a PUBLIC FORUM on The Synagogue of Satan and it’s meaning with any Scholars of Theology you would like to bring. until then. STFU
R.A. The Rugged Man presents the official music video for "Wondering (How To Believe)", the latest single from his upcoming album "All My Heroes Are Dead". Featuring singer David Myles, the song is a heartfelt display of vivid, powerful storytelling, addressing abuse, addiction, and loss. "All My Heroes Are Dead" will be available worldwide on April 17th 2020.