Drake Tests Positive For COVID-19, Postpones Young Money Reunion Show

Fans who were expecting the Young Money gathering should remain by fairly longer. On Monday, Drake announced that his set at the October World Weekend reserved for tonight has been conceded due to him contracting COVID-19.

“I’m really squashed to say that I attempted positive for Covid and the Young Money Reunion show made arrangements for tonight is being rescheduled to the SOONEST date possible,” the Canadian MC created on his Instagram Stories.


“I will refresh the city as frequently as could really be expected and offer the new date whenever we have it locked. Up to that point, I trust everyone stays safeguarded and sound and I love you all I am so vexed for letting you down on our week’s end together and the subsequent I test negative I will give you all that I got before an audience (except for the Covid),” he added.


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Rapper’s Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne were reserved to join Drake during the show, which ought to be held at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage. The show was fundamental for the October World Weekend which included highlighting acts from All Canadian North Stars on July 28 and Chris Brown and Lil Baby on July 29.

On Friday, Drake shared an Instagram post that remembered pictures of him for front of an audience with Canadian performer Nelly Furtado. “Besides, but my fondness is intriguing And anyway my reverence is trueeeeee,” he recorded the photo set refering to the entertainer’s single, “I’m Like a Bird.”

During her set, Furtado was participated before an audience by the rapper as she played out her melodies, “Wanton” and “I’m Like a Bird.” It was the endorser’s most memorable time appearing before an audience in a surprisingly long time.