• Big Hit Music, TXT's agency, released an official statement regarding member Beomgyu's health condition
  • The 21-year-old is taking time off to recover and focus on regaining his strength for the concerts
  • TXT’s first-ever world tour, “ACT: LOVESICK,” will push through in Dallas starting July 14

Tomorrow x Together (TXT)’s agency Big Hit Music released an official statement on Wednesday regarding the health status of member Beomgyu following his absence during some performances in Atlanta.

The 21-year-old started to feel sick on July 11 and consulted a doctor immediately, according to Soompi. Due to the medical advice given, he was able to participate in the Atlanta show on Wednesday but had to “step away” because he had not fully recovered.

Before the Atlanta show, fans started to notice Beomgyu’s tired appearance during an interview with Rolling Stone, where he even left halfway into the interview because he was sick. Member Huening Kai, 19, assured fans that he would only go to the restroom, but leader Soobin, 21, confirmed fan suspicions, according to Koreaboo.

In an update on Weverse, Beomgyu assured fans that he was “doing well” the next day. Twitter user @translatingTXT posted the update on Twitter to translate the text for international fans.

The tweet said, “[220712] #BEOMGYU Weverse ‘I’m okay so don’t worry, MOA!! Thank you so much for worrying about me and I love you a lot’ @TXT_members @TXT_bighit.”

The post received massive support from fans and wishes for the TXT member to recover soon.

“Now I can peacefully sleep. Knowing that you're okay. Please have enough rest our bbabbang. We are always rooting for you, and your health comes first before anything,” one user wrote.

“I worry about the members like they’re my family. Please, guys, take care of yourself. [D]o not overwork, eat lots of good and healthy food! Please, please stay safe,” another commented.

Beomgyu has since taken some time off to rest and focus on regaining his health.

Fans may miss seeing their favorite center of the group, but there is nothing to worry because Beomgyu’s participation in the upcoming shows would depend on his recovery. He may miss certain parts of their concerts.

“While the artist himself strongly wishes to participate in all future activities related to the tour, we are prioritizing his health above all. We will handle his participation in the rest of the U.S. tour with necessary flexibility and caution,” Big Hit said in a statement via Weverse.

“We will continue to support Beomgyu in his rapid recovery so that he can meet with fans soon,” the agency added.

TXT’s first-ever world tour, “ACT: LOVESICK,” will push through in Dallas on July 14, Houston on July 17, San Francisco on July 21, and Los Angeles on July 23.

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