Drake postpones OVO Fest Toronto concert after he tests positive for COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

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TORONTO — Drake on Monday said he tested positive for COVID- 19 and laid over the largely anticipated Young Money Reunion musicale listed for that night in Toronto.

The Toronto rapper posted the advertisement on his Instagram account, latterly participated by musicale protagonist Live Nation. The show was to end the periodic three-day OVO Fest music jubilee hosted by the Canadian musician. Drake said the show will be tallied to the foremost possible date.
“ I’m truly devastated to say that I tested positive for COVID and the Young Money Reunion show listed for tonight is being tallied to the SOONEST date possible, ” he said.

“ I’ll keep the megacity posted and partake the new date whenever we’ve it locked. Until also I hope everyone stays safe and healthy and I love you all, I’m so sorry for letting you down during our weekend together and the moment I test negative I’ll give you everything I got on stage( except COVID). ”
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The show at Budweiser Stage, featuring Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, was to be a reunion of acts on the Young Money record marker, following another musicale at the same point Friday featuring Chris Brown and Lil Baby.

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Dubbed “ October World Weekend Road to OVO Fest Tour, ” the jubilee demurred off in Toronto Thursday with an All Canadian North Stars musicale, featuring appearances by a dozen Canadian hipsterism- hop and rap artists including Choclair, Jully Black, Kardinal Offishall, Keshia Chante, and Maestro Fresh Wes.

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Drake described them as artists who “ paved the way ” for those who came later. The show was held at History, a venue that opened with the support of Drake last November. The musicale included a couple of surprise guests Nelly Furtado and hip hop colonist Michie Mee.

The 2022 edition of OVO Fest was the first since 2019, with the last two times canceled because of the COVID- 19 epidemic.
Drake has said he plans to take his OVO Fest on the road for its 10th anniversary, in 2023, with dates “ around the world. ”

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