"I love you Boston, I'll see you soon."
Superstar Post Malone isn't quite in the clear after postponing his concert in Boston on Saturday night due to a "stabbing pain" on his right side when breathing or moving.
It appears that the pain is attributed to the injury he sustained when falling through a prop door on his tour in St. Louis. The singer was treated by medics on-site following the fall, with a 15-minute break required for treatment before he was able to return to the stage.
On Saturday afternoon, Post Malone took to social media to let Boston fans know he wouldn't be making that night's gig. He detailed that he is currently in the hospital after waking up to "cracking sounds" on the right side of his body. He also told fans that he's "having a very difficult time breathing" with stabbing pains every time he breaths or moves.
It's clear that the Grammy nominee was cut up about having to postpone, with a very apologetic note to his fans in Boston. Although, he promised to be back, with all tickets remaining valid for the rescheduled date. It's unclear at this stage when the reschedule will take place.
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Since his original on-stage fall Post Malone has continued his Twelve Carat Tour, arguing that up until now, he has felt fine. It's not great news for the artist, who was only five stops in to a thirty-three date North American tour, with two months still left on the clock.
He is also scheduled to perform on a joint Australian tour with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in January and February next year, where Aussie fans will be able to experience his fourth studio album Twelve Carat Toothache, for the first time.
We're wishing Posty a speedy recovery.