An industry source tells WHO that Drake has canceled all of his fan VIP packages for the tour, which kicks off on July 20 in Austin.
The packages sold for up to $1000, according to the source, with some including a photo opportunity. All purchasers have been informed that the sessions are now canceled due to "scheduling issues" and are in the process of being refunded.
Advertised online VIP packages from Ticketmaster promise a seat in the first five rows and a variety of merchandise, as well as meet and greets with Future, who is touring with Drake.
Drake is just the latest celebrity to back away from the fan one-on-one sessions, with Justin Bieber starting the trend earlier this year. Bieber announced in March that the meet and greets "drained" him and made him "unhappy."
The news also follows the tragic death of Voice star Christina Grimmie, who was shot by a crazed fan as she signed autographs at an Orlando venue following a performance.
Drake's album Views was released in April, and features 20 songs, including hit single "One Dance."
A rep for Drake had no comment.