American rapper Post Malone has canceled his upcoming gig after being hospitalized with a ‘stabbing wound’ The unpleasant period fell last weekend.
The Sunflower The singer, 27, was forced to postpone a concert in Boston after acrobatics, telling fans he was having trouble breathing and had sought emergency medical help.
In a post on Instagram StoriesThe performer – whose real name is Austin Richard Post – revealed that he had to stay in the hospital for a week after the show failed mid-performance.
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“Boston, I love you so much. During the tour, I used to wake up around 4pm and today I woke up to a cracking sound on the right side of my body,” he wrote in the parcel. .
“I felt very good last night, but today it feels a lot different than before. I feel very short of breath and have a sharp pain every time I breathe or move.
“I’m in the hospital right now, but with this pain, I can’t make it to the show tonight. I’m so sorry.”
The rapper apologized to fans once again and assured them that he would reschedule the postponed concert as soon as possible. He signed the post as “Love, Austy.”
His message came just a week after he entered an open trap door while performing on stage in St Louis, Minnesota.
Video of the incident shows the male singer walking down a ramp and entering an uncovered pit.
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His face and body appeared to collapse to the ground and he was seen lying on the floor in pain.
The trap door appears to hold his guitar and a chair during the acoustic part of the concert – however it is unclear why it remained open when Malone entered.
The Medics watched him for a few minutes on stage, and he went backstage for 15 minutes, before continuing the rest of the show.
Malone even went on to assure fans that he was fine after the show ended, writing on Instagram at the time: “Everything was fine, they gave me some painkillers and everything. .”
A message from the Boston venue simply cited “unforeseen circumstances” as the reason for the cancellation.
Since posting on Instagram about his hospital visit, the musician has provided no further updates.
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