Post Malone hospitalized, cancels Boston show

Post Malone had to cancel another concert – this time a Saturday show in Boston – and inform fans about 30 minutes before the performance that he had been hospitalized.

It’s the latest setback on the hip-hop star’s Twelve Carat Tour, which kicked off earlier this month and hit a snag when the performer injured his ribs after falling through a hole on stage in St. Louis .

On Saturday, the “Better Now” and “Rockstar” singer shared with his followers on social media that he was having trouble breathing and felt “stabbing pains” when he breathed or moved.

“On tour I usually wake up around 4pm and today I woke up to a cracking noise on the right side of my body,” the 27-year-old wrote on an Instagram story and next Twitter.

“I find it very difficult to breathe and it’s like a stabbing pain when I breathe or move,” he added. “We’re in the hospital now but with this pain I can’t do the show tonight.”

It is unclear whether Malone was still in the hospital on Monday. Representatives from musician and concert promoter Live Nation did not immediately respond to The Times requests for comment.

The Grammy-nominated artist, whose full name is Austin Richard Post, has repeatedly apologized to his fans in Boston and said he feels terrible but vowed to make it up to him. He added that “all tickets are valid for the postponement that we are currently planning.”

As of press time, the “Circles” singer had several more performances scheduled this week: Tuesday in Cleveland, Wednesday in Pittsburgh, and Saturday in Detroit.

The abrupt changes in Malone’s tour began with the fifth show on September 17, when Malone fell into a hole during a concert at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis and injured his ribs during the truncated performance. Afterward, Malone promised fans he would “keep kicking ass on tour” and stuck to his strict schedule, performing one show in Columbus, Ohio the next day, as well as two more shows in Toronto.

He also disrespectfully acknowledged the hole on Instagram.

In support of his fourth and newest album, Twelve Carat Toothache, the three-diamond certified artist embarked on the Twelve Carat Tour on September 10 in Omaha, Neb. The setlist also includes his hits “Reputation,” “I Like You (A Happier Song )” and “Cooped Up” from the new album, along with favorites like “Rockstar”, “Congratulations” and “Better Now”. Post Malone hospitalized, cancels Boston show

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