The medical community is concerned about Selena “Selena” Gomez and her co-writer, Jeremiah “Jeremiah” R&b Singer, following their recent public comments about Beyoncé’s new album.
The band members are not allowed to perform together on the new Beyoncé project, the group has said.
On Sunday, Gomez posted a picture of her and R&B singer Jeremiah singing “Bitch I’m Gonna Get the Band Back Together” to Instagram.
“We were supposed to go to the studio to record it, but then we didn’t make the deadline,” R&bs said in a statement.
“It’s unfortunate that we weren’t able to record our new album because it would have been so awesome to do so with Selena and Jeremiah.
This isn’t our first rodeo, so we can’t begrudge them for being able to make a record without us.
But we have to be honest, we can only be so positive about what we’ve been doing with our life and our careers.”
R&s statement said the band’s new record will be released on March 20.
In response to Gomez’s statement, the medical community sent out a warning to the music industry about the dangers of performing together in the public eye.
“If you are considering recording with a group who performs in public, you should take this into consideration, especially if you are going to be performing in public for a significant period of time,” Dr. Jennifer Regan, the director of the National Association of Neurological Surgeons’ Brain Injury Program, said in the statement.
She also urged musicians to consider whether they have any prior experience with music industry or celebrity exposure.
“They are going into a situation that you might not want to go into,” she said.
R& B’s new studio album will feature a guest list that includes Drake, Future, Future Jr., and A$AP Rocky.
They have also signed on a slew of artists including Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, and more.