It’s been a rough few weeks for Post Malone.
The American singer-songwriter is back in hospital a week after he fell on stage in St. He was forced to cancel a planned show in Boston after experiencing breathing problems and stabbing pains, he wrote.
“Today I woke up to cracking sounds on the right side of my body,” he wrote in the statement. “I felt so good last night, but today felt so different than it has before.”
“I’m having a lot of trouble breathing and there’s like a stabbing pain when I breathe or move,” he continued.
Post Malone said he was back in the hospital and unable to perform in Boston due to his ongoing pain.
On Saturday, the musician fell through an opening on stage while performing at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis. He was in visible pain, but finished the concert after a short break; afterwards he was diagnosed with bruised ribs at the hospital.
Dre London, Post Malone’s manager, praised the musician for closing the show “in true Posty fashion.”
The drop came in the middle of Post Malone’s “Twelve Carat” tour in support of his album “Twelve Carat Toothache.” The national tour started in Omaha, Nebraska and ends in November in Los Angeles, according to his website.
On Instagram, Post Malone apologized for canceling the Boston show, which was supposed to take place at the TD Garden Arena, and promised to reschedule the performance.
“I love you guys so much,” he wrote. “I feel terrible, but I promise I will make it up to you.”
“I love you Boston, see you soon. I’m so sorry.”