The 26-year-old singer and rapper said on social media that she has received positive test results from a number of close friends, forcing her to cancel tour dates in New York City and Boston.
Fans who were hoping to see Doja Cat at the Jingle Ball events will be disappointed after members of her team tested positive for Covid-19.
“I love you guys so much and I’m so sad this is happening but I will see you all soon,” she reassured her nearly 4 million followers on Twitter.
“We recently learned that a few members on my production team have tested positive for Covid 19 and are now on quarantine,”.For the health and wellbeing of the rest of our crew, we are following all the appropriate safety measurements and necessary precautions, which means I won’t be able to perform at iHeartRadio’s New York Z100 and Boston KISS FM Jingle Ball. I’m extremely disappointed, Jingle Ball has a great line-up for you all, wish I could be there.”
The statement was also shared on iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Instagram, where fans were quick to share their dismay.
Despite the sadness over Doja, the rest of the star-studded line-up performed at Madison Square Garden kept the holiday event cheerful and bright.