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Trey Songz's NYE concert at the Chicago Theatre has been postponed due to concerns about COVID-19

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Trey Songz's New Year's Eve concert has been postponed over concerns about the spread of COVID-19.The announcement about the 37-year-old singer's show, which was set to take place at the Chicago Theatre, was posted to Yung Fly Entertainment's Instagram account on Thursday.The production company also wrote a short message in the post's caption that partially read: 'NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED REAL SOON !

STAY TUNED …' Taking precaution:Trey Songz has announced that he has postponed his New Year's Eve concert over concerns about the spread of COVID-19Songz, bornTremaine Aldon Neverson, also reposted the image to his own Instagram Story and added crying and masked-up emojis.The performer previously tested positive for COVID-19 in October of last.

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