Coronavirus: P Tee Money Cancels Music Tours
Many fans hoping to see P Tee Money live on stage this year may have to wait a while, as music festivals, tours, and concerts are starting to feel the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.
While announcing the decision of the artiste to cancel his music engagement, his publicist Semako Asogba said, “Out of caution and due to increasing public health concerns, P Tee Money is postponing the spring 2020 Tour. This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of his fans is always his top priority.”
According to Asogba, all spring shows and gigs through April have been pushed back, and rescheduled dates will be announced soon.
Gradually, the entertainment industry feel the negative impact of the dreaded virus that has killed more than 8,000 people globally and still counting. Some big festivals have been cancelled or postponed, and many artistes have been forced to take similar actions with tour dates.
And With the infection spreading globally, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and medical experts have recommended social distancing, which means that packing yourself with thousands of others at a concert may not be the best idea. For sure, tt’s best to stay away from large gatherings for now.
While apologising to his fans, the UK based music artiste Thompson Iyamu a.k.a P Tee Money, said, “I’m so sorry and deeply upset; if anyone out there feels the same based on this news, I share that emotion with you.”
He continued: “The tour will be rescheduled, with dates to be announced at a later time. My fans mean the world to me and protecting their safety is the number one priority. I want the shows to be memorable, and not experienced with fear.”