Megan Thee Stallion, who recently performed a Christmas song with Covid-era Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande, announced the news last night. Megan Thee Stallion has announced that iHeartRadio has canceled its performance at the Power 96.1 Jingle Ball due to exposure to Covid-19. Megan was scheduled to attend the concert in Atlanta on the night of December 16, but after receiving the news that Megan’s team was exposed to the coronavirus, she decided not to go and withdrew.
We recently learned a few members on my team have been exposed to COVID,” Meg wrote. “While I tested negative today, I’m not feeling well, and as a safety precaution, I won’t be able to perform at Jingle Ball in Atlanta tonight. I’m extremely disappointed to let my hotties down. Hoping to feel better tomorrow.”
Megan Thee Stallion announced that she has taken extra security measures and will do another covid-19 test the next day. The Jonas Brothers were also scheduled to perform at the Jingle Ball, but their team like Megan had to step back after suffering COVID.
Jimmy Fallon referenced Megan for a Christmas Carol
It must have been a coincidence that earlier this month, Megan Thee Stallion hooked up with Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande to create the covid-era Christmas song. Fallon told Grande he needed a rapper singing musician. So Ariana Grande told Big Ole Freak hit producer. He texted me. Are you kidding me? Ariana and Jimmy,” came the reply from Megan. “Two dears? Let’s do this.”
“If we can get people to go get the booster or get the vaccine, that’d be amazing,” he added. “If not, hopefully it just makes people smile and have a good time.”
Elsewhere this week it was reported that Megan Thee Stallion has signed a mega deal with Netflix. “Getting into production is the next step in my journey as an entrepreneur.” She said of the deal. “I can’t wait to bring all my ideas to life and have my Hotties watch.”
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