Post Malone è famoso soprattutto per le sue canzoni di successo e la faccia tatuata, ma a metà settembre ha fatto notizia per un motivo completamente diverso. Malone si stava esibendo all’Enterprise Center nel centro di St. Louis, Missouri, quando ha avuto una brutta caduta, cadendo attraverso un’apertura sul palco. Un testimone del concerto ha detto alla CNN che il rapper gli ha afferrato la parte centrale del petto dopo essere crollato. “Potevi vedere nel suo viso e nel suo corpo quanto dolore provava, ed è stato allora che ho capito che era grave. Le sue gambe tremavano per il dolore”, ha condiviso la spaventosa prova.

Malone appeared to be doing a little bit better following the nasty onstage spill, but only about a week after the initial fall, he had some really disappointing and concerning news for fans ahead of his Boston concert.

Post Malone cancels show

Post Malone is still suffering from the repercussions from a nasty spill. On September 24, the singer took to Twitter to announce to fans in Boston that he needed to cancel the show. Malone explained that on days he's touring, he usually wakes up around 4:00 p.m. That day, he woke up to "cracking sounds" on the right portion of his body. "I'm having a very difficult time breathing, and there's like a stabbing pain whenever I breathe or move," he wrote. "We're in the hospital now, but with this pain, I can't do the show tonight. I'm so f**king sorry." Malone also told fans that he would make it up to them.

Most fans flocked to the replies to wish the "I Like You" singer the best in his recovery amid the ongoing health issues. "Thinking about you Posty. We love you!!! Stay strong," one person replied. "Flew from Charlotte NC to see you, won't be able to make the reschedule unfortunately with already paying for a hotel tonight... but I hope you feel better, Posty!" another chimed in. A few others expressed their frustration that Malone waited until the last minute to cancel. "If you 'woke up at 4:00 with pain' then you could've let us know then, instead of canceling on us 20 minutes before the show," another wrote, asking for a refund.

As of this writing, Malone's website lists his next show on September 27 in Cleveland, and it appears that the show will go on.

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