Rapper Kodak Black has been arrested once again, this time for violating the terms of his house arrest.

The 19-year-old rapper, real name Dieuson Octave, was arrested on Tuesday during a hearing in a Broward County, Florida court. The “Lockjaw” rapper had attended a strip club in Miami and a boxing match in Ohio without obtaining prior approval, the Sun Sentinel reports.

According to court documents, Kodak was caught on video at Club Lexx in Miami on Feb. 1, when he should have been at his home in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The hip-hop artist was also caught on video at an Adrien Broner boxing match in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Court documents also state Kodak failed to complete an anger management program which was part of his probation. Following the news of the rapper’s arrest, a representative for Atlantic Records revealed the remaining dates on his Back and Better Tour would be postponed. “We are sorry to hear about the recent circumstances surrounding Kodak Black,” an Atlantic rep told Fader. “His lawyers are working diligently on this matter and are hopeful that this will be resolved by next week.”

Known for his hit songs “Lockjaw” and “Skrt,” the Florida rapper was previously arrested in October 2015 after being accused of forcing people into a car after he suspected someone broke into his home. Kodak was released on bond and then arrested again in April for his connection in a suspected drug deal.

Facing 55 years in prison, the 19-year-old pleaded no contest to charges including false imprisonment, fleeing a law enforcement officer, robbery and possession of a firearm by a delinquent. He was sentenced to a year of house arrest and five years of probation.

The rapper was supposed to perform in New York on March 1 at the PlayStation Theater, but the event page now says postponed. Information on how to get a refund is not available yet. As for his March 2 show in Philadelphia, the show has been canceled, and the Live Nation website states internet and phone orders are automatically canceled and money will be refunded.

For the rest of the remaining dates on Kodak Black’s tour, it’s best to check with the venue about dates and refunds.