Shawn Mendes has reportedly signed up to celebrity dating app Raya after canceling his Wonder World tour to prioritize his mental health.
It comes just days after his ex-girlfriend Camila Cabello, who he split with last November, confirmed their new romance with Austin Kevitch, CEO of rival dating app Lox Club, who has even dubbed it “Jewish Raya.” referred to as.
The Sun has claimed the 24-year-old singer has linked his official Instagram account to the profile, which features a slew of snaps of himself as well as a waterfall and self-help book on relaxation, as well as the track Bandana by Fireboy DML & Asake.
Love seeker: Shawn Mendes has joined celebrity dating app Raya after his ex Camila Cabello confirmed a romance with Austin Kevitch, CEO of rival site Lox Club (pictured Monday)
Web has reached out to Shawn’s rep for comment.
The Lox Club bills itself as “a members-only dating club for Jews (and non-Jews) with ridiculously high standards.”
According to the app, members must go through an incredibly rigorous verification process before being granted access to the app.
The website states: “Our membership committee reviews each applicant to decide if they are a good fit for our community. If accepted, each new member pays a membership fee to ensure they join for the right reasons.’
Couple: Confirmation of Camila’s new love comes as Shawn is spending time in Miami after canceling his tour to focus on his mental health (Camila and Austin pictured on Sunday)
Rumors and speculation circulated in early June this year that the singer and CEO were a possible item when they were spotted strolling together in Los Angeles.
However, the rumors were confirmed with her displays of love and affection on Sunday.
Confirming Camila’s new love comes to the fore as her ex Shawn spends time in Miami after canceling the rest of his tour dates to focus on his mental health.
Camila dated Shawn after collaborating on her second single of 2019, Senorita.
With his former lover: Mendes and Camila Cabello at the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2021
The two have known each other for years and released their first single “I Know What You Did Last Summer” in 2015.
The two were spotted shortly after in July 2019 and appeared to be more than friends. During that time, Camila gushed about Shawn in an interview with Clash Magazine.
“I feel like it’s so rare to meet someone in this industry and find a person of that quality and I feel like Shawn is that person for me.”
After two years of dating in 2021, Shawn shared an adorable anniversary photo of the two with the caption, “Happy 2 Years my Baby.”
Done: Last month, the singer rescheduled some of the gigs in early July to focus on his mental health, but on July 27 he confirmed on social media that the tour has been canceled entirely as he prioritizes his well-being. Seen in Portland on June 27th
In October 2021, the former Fifth Harmony member opened up to Glamor about the difficulty of their relationship, which is constantly in the spotlight.
“If there’s negative stuff out there, it’s going to get to you,” she told the publication.
“So yes, that is very, very challenging. I feel like it’s another thing that therapy has been really helpful for,” Camila added.
A month later, in November, the couple decided to go their separate ways and announced their split on Instagram.
Sad ending: “As you know, I’ve had to reschedule shows for the last few weeks as I wasn’t fully prepared for what it would take to be on tour again,” he said in a heartfelt message to his fans
Earlier this week, Shawn was spotted arriving at LAX airport as he gave an update on his progress amid his heartbreaking announcement to cancel the remainder of his Wonder World tour.
Shawn told TMZ, “I take my time, just like in therapy. Yeah, just take it easy, man. I think I can spend time with family that I wasn’t able to.
As he has been busy being one of the most in-demand pop stars in the world, he has struggled to be with his loved ones, which has not been possible for him in recent years.
Shawn said, “Yeah, I think for me it’s just like spending time doing things that I haven’t done in years and just having dinner with friends and stuff.”
Earlier this month he took a break: He previously paused the show for a brief hiatus
Last month, the singer rescheduled some of the gigs in early July to focus on his mental health, but on July 27 he confirmed on social media that the tour has been canceled entirely as he prioritizes his well-being.
“As you know I’ve had to reschedule the shows for the past few weeks as I wasn’t fully prepared for what it would take to be on tour again,” he said in a heartfelt message to his fans.
“I started this tour excited to finally be able to play live again after a long hiatus due to the pandemic, but the reality is I was not at all ready for how difficult touring was going to be after this time.
“After speaking more with my team and working with an incredible group of healthcare professionals, I have come to realize more that I need to take the time that I personally never took to ground myself and come back stronger.”
He continued: “Unfortunately I have to cancel the remaining tour dates in North America and UK/Europe.
“We had hopes that after some much-needed time off I might be able to continue with the remaining appointments, but at this point I have to put my health first.”
Shawn assured his fans that he’ll still be making music and shared that it broke his heart to let down those who had tickets to the gigs.
He said: “That doesn’t mean I won’t be making new music and I can’t wait to see you on tour in the future. I know you’ve all been waiting so long to see these shows and it breaks my heart to tell you this, but I promise I’ll be back as soon as I’ve given myself the right amount of time to heal. I love you all and thank you all so much for supporting me and sticking with me on this journey.”
Still growing: Despite the split, the two exes seem to still think highly of each other and continue to support each other (pictured in September 2021)