Cat Doja canceled all her Jingle Ball Tour performances after testing positive for Covid-19.
On Monday (December 13), the 26-year-old singer released a statement confirming that she had tested positive for the virus.
“Unfortunately, I am sad to share that I have just tested positive … and will not be able to perform for the rest of the show. [tour],” wrote Doja.
“While my spirits are down because I can’t be there to celebrate the holidays with my fans in Philly, DC, Atlanta and Miami, I’m fine and looking forward to recovering and back there as soon as possible. maybe! ” she added.
“The rest of the tour has some really great lineups, wish I could be there.”
Doja’s update comes two days after the singer announced that she had to cancel the New York and Boston stops of the tour because “several members” of her production team had tested positive for coronavirus.
Since her diagnosis, Doja Cat has changed her Twitter profile name to “my sickly sad a**.” She also vented her frustration with a follow-up tweet, saying: “I’m so angry.”
Immediately after making the announcement, the male singer directly went on Instagram to respond to negative comments from fans.
“I was so much over this damn thing. I don’t care about many people. But I do with a lot of people…” she said, adding, “I’m just really worried about it at this point. ”
This is the second time Doja Cat has tested positive for Covid-19.
In July 2020, she tested positive for the virus after claiming she was not scared about it.
“I have Covid. Honestly, I don’t know how this happened but I guess I ordered something Postmates and… I don’t know how I got it but I got it,” she said at the time.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/doja-cat-covid-jingle-ball-tour-cancelled-b1974800.html Doja Cat cancels all Jingle Ball Tour programs after testing positive for Covid 19