Post Malone slammed for performing in Denver in spite of major fears concerning the spread of coronavirus.
Post Malone performed on stage at the Pepsi Center in Denver on Thursday regardless of the widespread fears over coronavirus, which has a lot of people scratching their heads. Raising fears of coronavirus has led to the cancellation of countless events and any gatherings that attract large crowds, in an attempt to contain the virus and keep everyone safe.
Meanwhile, it seems like Post Malone ain’t too concerned about the risks, as he took to stage and performed to a sold-out crowd at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, Thursday night, causing confusion and disapproval among many. The Pepsi Center announced on Twitter before the show that the concert would proceed as scheduled, and the decision drew plenty of criticism.
Notwithstanding, one user’s assumption that the audience would be full of “empty seats,” the show was however packed, which calls more concern and fear.
Colorado state have not fully banned large public gatherings, but health officials have warned against them. Although, Live Nation announced that all of its tours, including Post Malone and Swae Lee’s Runaway tour, would be temporarily cancelled for the month of March due to risks of coronavirus, they particularly selected shows that would proceed as scheduled on Thursday and Friday, which apparently included Post’s Denver concert. His show at the Chase Center in San Francisco next week, has been canceled, as California officials have banned all gatherings of 250 people or more.