TORONTO – Drake on Monday said he had tested positive for COVID-19 and postponed the highly anticipated Young Money Reunion concert scheduled for that night in Toronto.
The Toronto rapper posted the announcement on his Instagram account, which was later shared by concert promoter Live Nation. The performance wraps up the annual three-day OVO Fest music festival hosted by the Canadian musician. Drake said the show will be rescheduled to a date as soon as possible.
“I am really disappointed to say that I have tested positive for COVID and the Young Money Reunion scheduled for tonight will be rescheduled to the ONLY possible date,” he said.
“I will keep the city posted and share the new date whenever we lock down. Until then, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy and I love you all, I’m so sorry to let you down on our weekend together and when I’ll give you the results. negative, I’ll give you all I got on stage (except COVID). “
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The Budweiser Stage performance, starring Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, was the reunion of the Young Money record label artists, following another concert at the same venue on Friday with the same appearance. by Chris Brown and Lil Baby.
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Dubbed the “October World Weekend: Road to OVO Fest Tour,” the festival kicked off in Toronto on Thursday with an All Canadian North Stars concert, featuring dozens of hip-hop and rap artists. Canadians include Choclair, Jully Black, Kardinal Offishall, Keshia Chante and Maestro Fresh Wes.
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Drake describes them as artists who “paved the way” for the latecomers. The show was held at History, a venue that opened with Drake’s support last November. The concert included a few surprise guests: Nelly Furtado and hip hop pioneer Michie Mee.
The 2022 edition of the OVO Fest is the first since 2019 in which the past two years have been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Drake said he plans to hold his OVO Festival on its 10th anniversary, in 2023, with dates “around the world”.
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