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Justin Bieber Contracts COVID-19, Cancels Las Vegas Show


Justin Bieber Contracts COVID-19, Cancels Las Vegas Show

Canadian superstar, Justin Bieber has contracted Coronavirus disease.

Naija News understands that the international musician announced this in a post on his Twitter account on Sunday, February 20.

The entertainer is said to have found out his status of the dreaded disease on Saturday, February and had since then commended on medication.

Bieber was expected to appear at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, February 20. His show, however, was cancelled after receiving the report of the COVID-19 test carried out a day before.

Naija News understands Bieber was supposed to perform at two more shows this week, in Arizona on Tuesday and California on Thursday, but due to the development no word yet on whether those will also be postponed.

A statement shared on Twitter read; “Due to positive COVID results within the Justice Tour family, we will, unfortunately, have to postpone Sunday’s show in Las Vegas.

“Justin is, of course, hugely disappointed, but the health and safety of his crew and fans is always his number one priority.”

The musician as noted in a post on his Twitter page has rescheduled his Las Vegas show to June 28, 2022.

Another post on his fan page has assured them that more information will be released as soon as possible.

In another news, talented actress, Rosy Meurer has reacted to the backlash that trailed her birthday wishes for Tonto Dikeh’s son, King Andre.

Naija News reports that Meurer in a birthday wish on her Instagram account had referred to Andre as her son which triggered a backlash from trolls.

Social media users had condemned the actress for describing Andre as her son in her birthday wishes to the six-year-old.

Others went as far as to accuse Meurer of snatching her husband, Olakunle Churchill from Tonto Dikeh.

Meurer in her reaction to the backlash noted that she is a good person who is far from perfect, but her intentions are good.