Post Malone postpones Boston show due to pain

Malone injured himself in St. Louis

Post Malone has postponed tonight’s (Sat, Sept 24th) Boston show at the last minute due to pain he suffered from falling last week in St. Louis. The global superstar shared the news on social media just before doors opened at the TD Garden Arena.

“Boston, I love ya’ll so fucking much,” he writes. “On tour, I usually wake up around 4 o’clock PM, and today I woke up to a cracking sounds on the right side of my body. I felt so good last night, but today it felt so different than it has before. I’m having a very difficult time breathing, and there’s like a stabbing pain whenever I breathe or move. We’re in the hospital now, but with this pain, I can’t do the show tonight. I’m so fucking sorry. Everyone’s tickets for tonight’s show will still be valid for the reschedule that we’re planning right now. Once again, I’m so fucking sorry, I love ya’ll so much. I feel terrible, but I promise I’m going to make this up to you. I love you Boston, I’ll see you soon.”

Last Saturday (Sept 17th), Malone injured his ribs after falling through a hole on stage while performing “Circles” midway through the concert at the Enterprise Center. 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.

The rapper is currently in the midst of his 38-show Twelve Carat North American Tour with special guest Roddy Ricch. It’s unclear when the rapper will return to the stage. Produced by Live Nation, the tour wraps 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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