Regardless of his harm, the daddy of 1 mentioned he is able to get again on the street to proceed his Twelve Carat Tour.
Followers at Saturday (September 17) night time’s Post Malone live performance had been unhappy to see their favorite artist take a horrible fall onstage as he was performing his hit music, “Circles.” Whereas the daddy of 1 was clearly in lots of ache as he completed his live performance, he is since supplied the world with an replace confirming that he’ll be superb and again on the street very quickly.
Late on Sunday (September 18) morning, the “Congratulations” hitmaker posted a video to social media explaining precisely how he wound up injuring himself, revealing that he forgot in regards to the space of the stage that opens in the course of the acoustic portion of his present to permit devices to be lowered.
Post Malone performs in 2019 — Kevin Winter/Getty Photos
As Posty places it, he “busted his personal ass” whereas strolling round and singing, inflicting him to fall proper via. In the identical video, he apologized for having to chop the present quick and promised followers in Missouri that he’ll make it as much as them at a later date.
The 27-year-old shared that he visited a hospital and is doing okay after receiving remedy. He plans to proceed his Twelve Carat Tour, together with his subsequent dates being scheduled in Columbus, Ohio tonight, and Toronto, Ontario later this week.
A number of attendees have shared movies displaying each Malone’s tumble and him carrying on like a champion afterward following a short break to recoup. “Post Malone made a couple of extra die-hard followers when he fell via a gap within the stage cracking three ribs,” one Twitter person wrote.
“Followers mentioned he got here again out on stage after 10 minutes, saying he was sorry and hurting so unhealthy he was crying. Then somebody gave him a beer and he completed the live performance.”
Take a look at clips from the live performance beneath, and faucet again in with HNHH later for extra hip-hop information updates.