Post Malone Is Back On Track After Suffering A Rib Cage Fracture

Post Malone

Post Malone feels alright in the present situation.  The renowned musician on Tuesday will perform in Cleveland after being admitted to the hospital with a nasty ruptured rib as a result of a terrible accident during a previous performance.

The “Sunflowers” artist had tweeted, addressing his fans in Cleveland, that he will be blasting out loud some tunes that night and that he is super thrilled and excited to perform for them.

The information comes after 27-year-old Malone was compelled to postpone his performance on September 24 in Boston, just after experiencing breaking noises towards the right part of his body while awake.

Just hours before the event was about to begin, he said on Twitter that he was having a really tough time even while breathing, and there was a stabbing ache every time he drew breaths or moved.  They were in an emergency in the hospital; however, due to the discomfort, he was unable to perform that night’s concert. He repeatedly apologized and felt really bad. 

The Grammy-elected performer, whose actual name is Austin Richard Post, fell onstage while giving a recital in the crowded areas of St. Louis on September 18 after treading on an open hole.

Post Malone’s Accident Captured By Audience And Goes Viral Over Social Media

The Attendees captured the terrifying moment of how Post Malone crashed to the ground, screaming in agony as security personnel hurried to check on him.

A witness reported the incident on Twitter at the time. Post Malone had returned back outside onstage after ten minutes claiming he was extremely sorry and suffering very adversely that he was weeping. And then that someone handed him a drink, and he completed the show, the witness tweeted.

But according to TMZ, when he had a CAT scan along with a couple of X-Rays, healthcare experts discovered a minor fracture within his rib cage. On September 28, the performer of today’s hip-hop and R&B genres is scheduled to perform in Pittsburgh once more.