Legendary Van Halen singer David Lee Roth has posted a new tweet on his verified Twitter account and announced that he postponed his final six shows in Las Vegas due to coronavirus disease that is spreading around the world.

As we all know, the coronavirus is a deadly disease that affects almost the entire world. People started following strict health measures due to the coronavirus outbreak, and many musicians suspended or postponed their concerts and shows.

After the official announcement of Nevada Governor, David Lee Roth announced that his upcoming six House of Blues shows postponed due to coronavirus on Sunday. Roth stunned fans with his interesting joke about the coronavirus.

In the statement, David penned interesting words and tweeted out the news of the postponement.

Here’s what David Lee Roth stated:

“House of Blues Las Vegas postponed.

And now a word from Dave; ‘Somebody gets me a Doctor, just kidding…

Take your Whiskey home, not kidding…’ Love Dave.”

A fan named tropicaltroy68 commented and said:

“Take your whiskey home, there’s not another song like it in the history of rock, man what a classic, that song never gets old!”

Another fan named CINDY5820 wrote:

“Most importantly Stay safe, take care… hunker down. I will miss not seeing you though! Reschedule?”

You can also read the official statement below.

“Out of an abundance of caution, working within our local official guidelines and our obligation to provide our fans, artists and bands a safe environment to enjoy their shows; please be advised that the David Lee Roth: ROCKS VEGAS Residency shows March 18, 20, 21 & March 25, 27, 28 have been postponed until further notice. Hang on to your tickets, we’ll email you (and post updates here) as soon as new dates are announced.”

Check out the tweet below.