Post Malone

Post Malone Stumbles Upon Stage Opening, Injures Himself

Post Malone is on tour in support of his new album, Twelve Carat Toothache.

The singer was injured after tripping over a stage opening during a show in St. Louis on Saturday (September 17), according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and TMZ.

While singing his song “Circles”, the singer tripped and partially fell into an opening on stage that had been used to move his guitar, but which had not closed completely.

Paramedics rushed to the stage to attend to the R&B musician. After a 15-minute break, he returned to the stage and apologized to his fans.

“St. Louis, I’m so fucking sorry I ruined the show tonight, ladies and gentlemen,” he stated. 

“I promise next time I come around; I won’t fucking wreck y’alls night; I’m sorry for that. That being said, I want to thank you for your patience, and I’m sorry. There was a big-ass hole in the middle of the stage that I just busted my ass on.” 

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Post Updates Fans

Following the incident, Post continued to sing his songs “Rockstar” and “Cooped Up.” In addition, he performed in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday. And he’s still set to perform additional dates on his Twelve Carat Tour slated for later this year. 

Post Malone then updated his fans on his condition on Sunday through his social media. In a short clip, he expressed gratitude to his fans for their patience and said he’s feeling better following the fall. 

“We just got back from the hospital; everything’s good – they gave me some pain meds and everything so we can keep kicking ass on the tour,” Post said. 

“I just want to apologize to everyone in St. Louis, and I want to say thank you guys so much for coming to the show. And next time I’m around this way, we’re gonna do a two-hour show for you to make up for the couple missed songs that we missed.”

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