The coronavirus knows no bounds. Justin Bieber, 27, was diagnosed with the virus on Saturday but is “thankfully is feeling OK,” according to his rep.
According to the outlet, Bieber was also forced to cancel his Sunday show at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The show has been postponed until the summer.
Bieber was scheduled to perform two more shows this week, in Arizona on Tuesday and California on Thursday, but there has been no word on whether those will also be cancelled.
Bieber’s COVID-19 diagnosis comes just one week after he performed in front of a sold-out crowd at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California, for the h.wood Group and Revolve’s “Homecoming Weekend” pre-Super Bowl party.
The singer performed his hit tracks such as “Yummy,” “Peaches,” and “As I Am” at the show, which was attended by celebrities such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Eli Manning, Chrishell Stause, Jason Oppenheim, and Bieber’s wife, Hailey.
Bieber then went to celebrity hangout The Nice Guy, where a shoot involving Kodak Black took place. Outside of the venue, the rapper was shot in the leg and taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
The incident actually happened while Kodak Black was outside on the street chatting with fellow rappers Gunna and Lil Baby, considering that a source said, “The fight was believed to have started with someone in Kodak Black’s entourage. After others jumped in, shots were fired… and then all hell broke loose.”
Police confirmed that 10 shots were fired at the time, leaving at least three people injured. A source said, “One victim sustained injuries to his shoulder, another to the buttocks and a third was believed to be shot in the leg.”