Eight-time Grammy nominee for the upcoming year 2022, singer and rapper Doja Cat tests positive for Covid-19. The famous rapper is withdrawing from the i-Heart radio jingle ball tour. Learn more details about why Doja Cat cancels her Jingle Ball 2021 tour!
Cancellation of Doja Cat’s concert on i-Heart Radio Jingle Ball Tour
On December 10, Doja cat announced that members of her production team had tested positive for COVID-19. On Friday, he reported that he had no choice but to stop his ongoing jingle ball tour in New York and Boston.
However, on December 11 (Sunday), the 26-year-old star herself revealed through an Instagram post that she tested positive for COVID-19. This is the second time since July 2020 and he has to go through a quarantine period canceling his remaining scheduled tour in Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta and Miami.
The pop star rapper-singer is under recommendation for album of the year (Planet her) and record of the year with his song “Kiss me” at the 2022 Grammys.
Doja Cat stays positive
Her social media post read as follows: “As most of you have probably heard before, some of my production team have tested positive for Covid 19 and I had to cancel a couple of my upcoming performances as a safety measure. Unfortunately, I am sad to share that I also just tested positive and will no longer be able to perform for the remainder of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour.
He further adds, “While my spirits are low because I can’t be there to celebrate the holidays with my fans in Philly, DC, Atlanta and Miami, I’m fine and I look forward to getting back on my feet and getting back out there as soon as I can! The rest of the tour stops have some really great lineups, I wish I could be there.”
We wish his speedy recovery and that of his team members to be able to continue performing for his fans as soon as possible.
After Doja Cat’s retirement, Lil Nas X and Coldplay also move on
Lil Nas X and Coldplay are forced to pull out of their scheduled tour with Jingle Ball as members of their crew have tested positive for Covid-19. Singer Tom Grennan and rapper ArrDee will be arranged to perform in place of Coldplay and Lil Nas X. The organizers confirm their presence along with a note that “the performance must go on.”