When Nelly takes the stage on December 14, there will only be males in the audience.
But it's not a reaction to his recent arrest for tour bus rape.
It's because Nelly will be playing Saudi Arabia, where alcohol is banned, drugs can get you executed and men and women can't be entertained together.
The show is both controversial from a Western point of view: Nelly is supporting the separation of the sexes. And from a Saudi point of view: Nelly was also arrested and charged with drug possession not so long ago.
We suspected Nelly is being paid a fortune to do the show, which also features Algerian singer Cheb Khaled.
It's always very hot in Saudia Arabia. So we're thinking there's one song Nelly's going to stay away from on December 14.
As for the tour bus rape, Nelly has yet to be charged. The woman accusing him still says he is guilty but won't testify for fear of being bullied and wants police and prosecutors to stop the criminal investigation.
While the authorities can still continue the investigation without her, it's unlikely anything will come of it. Nelly insists he's innocent and is reserving his right to take legal action against the unnamed woman.