Could RBD suspend its Soy Rebelde 2023 Tour? Anahí and Dulce María fall ill with an unknown virus – El Sol de México

While on tour in Brazil, RBD is going through difficult times as two of its members are sick, which even caused the Mexican band to think about suspending concerts in that country.

The first to present symptoms such as cough, fever and back pain was Dulce María, who through her stories on Instagram shared with fans that she had gotten sick since the week began.

Although she is already under treatment, the doctor pointed out that it is not Covid or influenza, but it has caused her to be hoarse.

“I started with a viral flu that progressed and turned into bronchitis, that’s why I almost have no voice,” the actress also wrote under a photo where she is seen with a portable respirator.

Anahí is in the same situation, who mentioned that it is still not known what they have and tests are being carried out to have the correct diagnosis.

Dulce María and Anahí sent these messages to their Brazilian fans to reassure them and confirm that the concerts in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are still on, although they admitted that they were not well, but they would give their best.

“Nothing gives me more helplessness, because I would like to be at my best to be able to give them the best together with my teammates after waiting for so long for this moment,” said Dulce María.

Already during the concert in Sao Paulo, Anahí came out on stage to explain this situation to the Brazilian public, who only had ovations, shouts and applause for the singer, who began to flank herself and cry for support.

“I didn’t want to miss tonight with you and we will give this show with all our hearts, just like Dulce María who is also not well,” he said between a few words in Spanish and Portuguese.

RBD still has concerts scheduled this November 17 and 18 in Sao Paulo, and on November 19 in Rio de Janeiro.

Brazil is the last stop of the Soy Rebelde Tour before Dulce María, Anahí, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez and Christopher Uckermann return to Mexico to complete the tour that marks their return after 15 years.

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