Devastated fans can breathe a sigh of relief when the Young Money reunion was called off due to Drake contracting Covid. The rapper announced on Thursday that he has tested negative and will be performing with Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne at OVO Fest’s Young Money reunion on August 6.
Taking to Instagram to share the announcement, Drake wrote, “testing negative… positive result… this was the only date available until fall and because the family is so solid everyone is there to do it for all of you.” Flying back… See you on Saturday…Young Maula.”
Earlier this week, Drake announced that his set at the October World Weekend scheduled for tonight has been postponed due to contracting COVID-19.
The Canadian MC wrote on his Instagram Stories, “I am truly devastated to say that I tested positive for COVID and the Young Money Reunion show scheduled for tonight is being rescheduled at the earliest possible date ”
“I will keep the city posted and share the new date as and when we close it. Until then, I hope everyone is safe and healthy and I love you all, I’m sorry to disappoint you on our weekend together and the moment I test negative, I’ll give you my all What I got on stage (except for Covid),” he added.
The “Sticky” rapper signed off his message with a sad face emoji.
Now, Minaj and Wayne will join Drake at the show on the Budweiser Stage in Toronto. The concert is part of the October World Weekend, which features the All Canadian North Stars on July 28 and lead acts by Chris Brown and Lil Baby on July 29.
Last week, Drake shared an Instagram post featuring photos of him on stage with Canadian singer Nelly Furtado. “And though my love is rare and though my love is true,” he captioned the photo set, quoting the singer’s single, “I’m like a bird.”
During their set, Furtado was joined on stage by the rapper as he performed his songs “Promiscuous” and “I’m Like a Bird”. It was the signatory’s first appearance on stage in five years.
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