Jazmine Sullivan has canceled her Nashville show as she recovers from COVID

Jazmine Sullivan Cancels Nashville Show As She Continues To Recover From Covid 

We’re continuing to pray for Jazmine Sullivan as she heals from COVID, roommates.

She took to social media on Monday to announce that she had to cancel yet another event in order to focus on her health. “I know I’ve been quiet but I’ve been trying to rest my body and my voice,” Jazmine wrote on her Instagram story.

COVID has gotten the best of me, and I’ll have to cancel my gig in Nashville tomorrow. I apologise to my admirers who have been eagerly anticipating my arrival. I’ve been looking forward to seeing you all as well, and it’s been difficult for me not to participate in these shows.”

“I’m really hoping I’ll be ready for Atlanta,” she continued, “and I’m trying to take it day by day.” “Please remember me in your prayers, and I shall see you soon.”

Jazmine also revealed last week that she had to cancel her gig in Houston due to scheduling conflicts.

At the end of February, Jazmine revealed that she had tested positive for the virus. She also revealed that she had to cancel her gig in Los Angeles after receiving her diagnosis.

Tour update. This is really disappointing but we will figure it out. pic.twitter.com/bp1a0aLetx

— Jazmine Sullivan (@jsullivanmusic) February 25, 2022

Jazmine was set to begin her “Heaux Tales Tour,” which is in support of her most recent album, “Heaux Tales.”

The tour was in such high demand that once tickets were released, they immediately sold out, prompting resellers to up ticket prices. As previously reported, Jazmine spoke up about the matter in December, saying, “I want to address what’s going on with my tour tickets.

” The truth is that they are ordinary people who bought tickets and then resold them for a profit. It’s not right, but it’s what’s going on.”

Venues in seven cities were originally altered for larger venues as a result of the resell pricing.

We continue to send our best wishes to Jazmine for a rapid recovery.