title iconThe COVID positive for Drake, he cancels the Young Money Reunion show

As a result of testing positive for COVID-19, Drake was forced to put his much-awaited Young Money Reunion show on hold, which was highly anticipated. He was due to perform live with Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne on Monday night during the third day of the October World Weekend in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, which coincided with the launch of his third live album.

The rapper announced his bad news on his Instagram Story, saying that he is "truly devastated" that he has tested positive for the disease. As soon as he recognized this, the 35-year-old rapper promised to have the show rescheduled as soon as possible.

“The city will be kept posted, and I will inform them as soon as the new date is confirmed, they added, “In the meantime, I hope everyone stays safe and healthy, and I love you all.” All I can say is that I love you all and am sorry for letting you down on our weekend together.

The moment I test negative, I will give you everything I got on stage,” he added. The festival kicked off on Thursday with a special night presented by Drake's nightclub History called "All Canadian North Stars".A fellow Canadian singer named Nelly Furtado made a surprise appearance on the rapper's stage to surprise the crowd.

It was her first performance in five years, so it was a very special occasion. The "One Of Them Ones" Tour, in which Chris Brown and Lil Baby are performing, took place at Budweiser Stage in Atlanta on Friday night. It was then scheduled that Drake, Minaj, and Lil Wayne would perform on Monday night.

A collaboration between the three first took place on the 2009 hit track "BedRock" with Gudda Gudda, Tyga, Jae Millz, and Lloyd, which was also produced by the trio. Together, they've released several songs, including 2014's "Only" with Brown, and Minaj's "Truffle Butter".

source: newsbreak