Post Malone apologizes for falling on stage in St. Louis

The Grapevine, Texas native fell badly during a concert Saturday night and had to be hospitalized.

ST. LOUIS — Post Malone apologized to his fans in St. Louis on Sunday for a stage accident that left him hospitalized and cut short his set at the Enterprise Center the night before.

In the middle of a song on Saturday, the Grapevine, Texas native fell into a hole on stage that had just been opened to admit an instrument.

video on social media showed Malone falling on his torso and then lying on the stage as the crews rushed to his aid.

in one video message Posting on Twitter on Sunday, Malone said of the fall, “Had me pretty good.” He said he just got back from the hospital where he was prescribed pain medication.

“I just want to apologize to everyone in St. Louis,” Malone said. “Next time I’m around like that, we’ll do a two-hour show for you so we can catch up on the few songs we missed.”

“Thank you guys for your support and thank you for your love. And thanks for sticking around even though I got my ass kicked by myself,” he said.

There should be no impact on the remainder of the tour, which continues Sunday night in Columbus, Ohio.

The rapper will be making four stops in Texas in October as part of this tour.

His first stop in Texas will be in Dallas on Friday, October 21st and then in Austin on October 22nd. He will then travel to Houston for a show on October 25 before making his final stop in Texas in Fort Worth on October 25. 26

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Laura Coffey

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