TWICE's Mina not to be part of world tour TWICELIGHTS due to 'anxiety and insecurity to stand on stage'
TWICE's management agency tweeted that Mina's current condition requires 'additional treatment including in-depth measures, as well as sufficient rest'
TWICE's management agency JYP Entertainment took to Twitter to announce that singer Mina will not participate in the TWICE World Tour 'TWICELIGHTS'. They said the reason for that was her "sudden extreme anxiety and insecurity towards standing on stage". "Mina will not be participating in the rest of the TWICE World Tour, 'TWICELIGHTS', because of her health condition. Please just rest up and get well soon," the tweet read.
The team released a text on the social media platform which read: "Mina is currently in the state of sudden extreme anxiety and insecurity towards standing on stage. No exact diagnosis has been made yet, and we are confirming with several medical professionals to find out the cause of her condition."
After a thorough discussion with Mina and TWICE's members, the agency decided that Mina’s current condition requires "additional treatment including in-depth measures, as well as sufficient rest".
Keeping the artist's health on top priority, they added, "We will do everything to provide proper and best medical treatment and sufficient rest for Mina's recovery. We sincerely ask for fans' support so that Mina can get well soon."
Fans were quite disturbed and appalled to hear about Mina's health condition. One user tweeted, "It's not all about resting only at this point. At this point, it's about recovering from what she is facing or going through. Hopefully, they got a diagnosis and she is treated accordingly." Meanwhile, another one posted: "I miss you, we miss you so bad but take your time to rest and think to clear your mind. We will always support you Mina no matter what. We'll always be here for you and twice."
Reportedly, Mina was earlier unable to make to TWICE’s appearance at the Pocari Challenge Teen Festival this year due to an undisclosed health concern.