Post Malone Cancels Boston Show at Last Minute Due to Pain: ‘We’re in the Hospital’

Post Malone canceled Saturday night’s concert in Boston due to pain that landed him in the hospital.

“Boston, I love you all so much,” he wrote to fans on his social media in September. 24, just before a scheduled performance at the city’s TD Garden. “On tour I usually wake up around 4pm, and today I woke up to a cracking sound on the right side of my body. I felt so good last night but today felt so different than it has before. I have a lot of difficulty breathing and there is like a stabbing pain when I breathe or move.”

“We’re in the hospital now, but with this pain, I can’t do the show tonight,” Malone said. “I’m so sorry. Everyone’s tickets for tonight’s show will be valid for the rescheduling we’re planning right now. Again, I’m so sorry, I love you all so much. I feel terrible, but i promise i will make it up to you. i love you boston see you soon. i’m so sorry.”

TD Garden also shared news on Twitterand noted that the show was “postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.”

The concert cancellation comes a week later takes a nasty toll during a show in St. Louis on Sept. 17. Malone accidentally fell into an open trap door while on stage performing his Billboard Hot 100 top list “Circles”.

“When we do the acoustic part of the show, the guitar is on the guitar stand and it goes down,” he had explained in a short video about on Twitter. “And there’s this big a– hole, so I go around there and turn the corner and hit my a–. Won me over pretty well; got me pretty good.”

He said he was taken to the hospital at the time and given a clean bill of health, as well as some pain medication “so we can keep kicking off the tour.” Manager Dre London added that Malone didn’t break anything, but Bud did suffering from bruised ribs.

“FU Hole,” Posty wrote a few days later on Instagramwhere he posted a performance photo where he gives the middle finger to the stage handle.

See his full message from this weekend’s update below.

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