Justin Bieber’s tour faces some setbacks after the American singer tested positive for COVID-19.
Reportedly, at least one of the concert dates has been postponed, but a rep for the “baby” singer informed TMZ Saturday that he is feeling ok.
Bieber had an upcoming performance at T-Mobile Arena Sunday in Vegas, but the concert is moved to the summer.
Following this event, Justin is supposed to visit Glendale, AZ Tuesday to do a show before going to The Forum in Los Angeles.
It hasn’t been disclosed if those events will be postponed, nor has it been confirmed when the singer contracted COVID-19.
Last week Bieber was busy performing at a Super Bowl Party on February 11. Opening The Justice World Tour in San Diego Friday night, Justin put on a good show as his wife Hailey Bieber and manager Scooter Braun were in the audience.
Additionally, Justin has plans to reward fans, who contribute towards climate change, voter registration and criminal justice reform, during his tour stops.