Rapper Post Malone has postponed a Saturday night concert in Boston after being hospitalized, he announced in an Instagram Story on Saturday.
“On tour, I usually wake up around 4 p.m., and today I woke up with a creak [sic] right side of my body,” the rapper, whose full name is Austin Richard Post, wrote.
“I’m having a really hard time breathing, and there’s like a shooting pain every time I breathe or move,” he continued. “We’re in the hospital now, but with this pain I can’t do the show tonight.”
The news came one night after the 27-year-old musician performed the first of two planned concerts in Boston on his “Twelve Carat Tour,” and a week after he crashed during a Sept. 17 concert at the Enterprise Center in Boston. St. Louis. , according to NBC Boston, who added that this concert was interrupted while doctors examined him, but that he then performed five more songs.
A day after last week’s fall, Malone posted a video on Twitter saying that “everything is fine” and that he was prescribed painkillers. His manager, Dr. London, said on Instagram that the musician bruised his ribs.
Malone said ticket holders for the postponed Boston concert could apply their tickets to a rescheduled future show. TD Garden, the venue for the Saturday night show, backed up that promise in a Posting on Twitter.
The rapper has been on tour for the past few weeks to promote his fourth album, “Twelve Carat Toothache,” released in June.
“Feeling bad, but I promise I’ll make it up,” he wrote on Instagram on Saturday of the postponed show. “I love you Boston, see you soon.”
Fans flocked to the Massachusetts capital from as far away as North Carolina and Florida, according to NBC Boston, which reported fan emotions ranged from anger to sympathy for the injured rapper.
“Post, I’m angry,” one man told NBC Boston. “I had to find a babysitter to watch my two kids. My wife is there too, you know what I mean and you canceled so now…I don’t even know what to do.
“Came from Florida two nights in a row,” said another. “I was here last night and I’m back. I’m the biggest fan, probably the oldest. Love you Posty. Hope you’re doing well.”
Malone’s next show is scheduled for Tuesday in Cleveland. It is unclear if this show will continue.