Drake has postponed his shows in Amsterdam anew. The concerts are part of his “The Boy Meets World’’ tour. In this photo, Drake accepts his award during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 20, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Drake has postponed his shows in Amsterdam, Netherlands anew because of “unforeseen production setbacks.” Mojo Concerts, the concert and festival organizer behind the shows which are part of his “The Boy Meets World” tour, issued a statement via Facebook on Wednesday regarding the new dates.

“Earlier we informed Drake fans on the rescheduling of his Ziggo Dome concerts. We are very sorry to inform you again that the Drake concerts on Jan. 26 (original date Jan. 20) and Jan. 27 (original date Jan. 21) in the Ziggo Dome have been moved to new dates,” the statement read.

“Drake wants to bring a complete new show to Europe and not a copy of the shows in the U.S. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen production setbacks it will need a little bit more time to be ready. The international and local crew have been working on this production since Jan. 17 in the Ziggo Dome and Drake was all set and has started his rehearsals this week. He can’t wait to start this new tour and show his fans this amazing concert,” the message continued.

The concerts scheduled for Jan. 28 (originally set for Jan. 22) and Feb. 26 (first set for Jan. 18) will go on as planned, the organizer noted.

Drake, 30, will perform in Glasgow, London, Manchester, Sheffield, Dublin, Birmingham, Stockholm and Paris on this tour, following his successful shows in the U.S. in support of his newest album, “Views.”

In related news, Drake was recently spotted in Amsterdam with who was later confirmed to be retired porn star Rosee Divine. The two were seen on Monday having dinner with a group, according to Daily Mail.

Photos of the meeting have emerged on the heels of rumors about a romance between the rapper and Jennifer Lopez. In December, Lopez posted on Instagram a photo of them cuddling on a couch.