The Misadventures of Lauryn Hill just won't come to a close.

A few days after news broke that the legendary singer was being sued for over $400,000 in unpaid credit card debt, it was announced that she had to cancel a gig in Irving, TX after coming down with a cold. Now, the show is slated to take place in May as Ms. Hill recovers, but as our man Joe Budden put it so's September.

Naturally, the most logical explanation is that May was simply the next available date that worked for both Hill and the Irving venue, but it's another tally on the board for Lauryn Hill cancellations, postponements, and straight up no-shows.

Earlier in September, it was revealed that Hill removed Santigold and Nas from her tour run. Santigold took to Twitter to respond to frustrated fans says that it was Lauryn Hill's management who cited "production issues" for the decision.

Nas hasn't publicly commented on what exactly took place and Hill has continued her trek. Next up, she is expected to perform on October 3rd at the Lakefront Arena in New Orleans before heading to St. Louis, Chicago, Miami,  and Paris among other cities. We'll see if her ailments have let up by then.