Post Malone injures himself during St Louis concert stop

Malone is currently on his Twelve Carat Tour

Post Malone injured himself after falling on stage in St. Louis on Saturday (Sept 17th). The global superstar appears to have injured his ribs after falling through a hole on stage while performing “Circles” midway through the concert at the Enterprise Center. As seen in a social media video below, Malone laid on the stage for several minutes as medics attended to him. He eventually stood up and was escorted offstage as he told the crowd that he would return.

After a 15 minute delay, Malone returned to the stage where he apologized to the raucous audience after falling through a “big-ass hole in the stage.” He then powered through an abbreviated set that included “Sunflower, “Congratulations” and “White Iverson,” while grasping his ribs. The St. Louis Post Dispatch reports Malone lingered on stage singing autographs following the performance.

Malone apologized via social media on Sunday (Sept 18th), stating he’s been prescribed pain meds after returning from a local hospital.

“We just got back from the hospital and everything’s good, everything’s good,” he shares. “They gave me some pain meds and everything so we can keep kickin’ ass on the tour. I just want to apologize to everyone in St. Louis, and I want to say thank you guys so much for comin’ to the show, and next time I’m around this way, we’re gonna do a two hour show for you so we can make up for the couple missed songs that we missed. Thank you guys for your support and thank you for your love and thanks for hangin’ around even though I got my ass kicked by myself.”

The rapper is currently in the midst of his 38-show Twelve Carat North American Tour with special guest Roddy Ricch. Produced by Live Nation, the tour continues in Columbus, OH tonight (Sun, Sept 18th) before wrapping up in Los Angeles, CA at Arena on November 16th.

The trek supports his anxiously awaited fourth full-length, Twelve Carat Toothache, released earlier this year via Mercury Records/Republic Records. The record boasts appearances from an all-star cast of guests, including Doja Cat, The Weeknd, Roddy Ricch, Fleet Foxes, Gunna, and The Kid Laroi. Musically, Malone collaborated with longtime cohorts such as producers and co-writers Louis Bell, Billy Walsh, and Andrew Watt as well as Omer Fedi and more. The album has already garnered over a billion streams.

Last month, Malone raised a total of $196,066.20 from his series of Gaming For Love charity streams on Twitch from July and then capped it off by donating $40,000 of his own funds.

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