Positive vibes are flooding in for Post Malone.
After being sent to the hospital with acute physical discomfort, the Grammy-winning musician was forced to postpone his Saturday night performance. Just hours before he was set to perform at Boston’s TD Garden, Posty made the revelation on social media.
On tour, I often awaken at about 4 o’clock PM; but, today, I awoke to crackling sounds on the right side of my body. I had such a great feeling last night, but today was completely different.
Breathing is really difficult for me, and any movement or breathing causes piercing agony. We are currently in the hospital, however, due to the discomfort, I am unable to perform tonight’s show. I’m so terribly sorry.
Malone assured the crowd that he would make it up to them and reschedule the Bean Town show.
Customers have been urged by TD Garden to hold onto their tickets since they will be honored on the new date. When the show will start has not yet been confirmed by the venue.
One week after having a bad fall during a concert in St. Louis, Malone was admitted to the hospital. Before falling down a trap door on stage, the performer may be seen in a video playing his hit song “Circles.” Malone was treated at the hospital for bruised ribs, according to his manager Dre London, who refuted claims of shattered bones.
For his Twelve Carat Tour, Malone is now on the road. The tour began earlier this month in Omaha and is scheduled to stop in Detroit, New York City, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.
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