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Put up Malone apologizes for on-stage fall in St. Louis

Put up Malone apologizes for on-stage fall in St. Louis

Put up Malone took a tough fall throughout a live performance and needed to be despatched to the hospital.

ST. LOUIS — Put up Malone apologized to his St. Louis followers Sunday for an on-stage accident that despatched him to the hospital and shortened his set the evening earlier than on the Enterprise Heart.

In the midst of a music Saturday, the Grapevine, Texas, native fell right into a gap on stage that moments earlier than was opened to decrease an instrument into.

Video on social media confirmed Malone falling onto his torso space after which mendacity on the stage as crews rushed to assist him.

In a video message posted on Twitter on Sunday, Malone stated the autumn, “Received me fairly good.” He stated he’d simply gotten again from the hospital, the place he was prescribed ache remedy.

“I simply wish to apologize to everybody in St. Louis,” Malone stated. “Subsequent time I’m round this manner we’re going to do a two-hour present for you, so we will make up for the couple missed songs.”

“Thanks guys on your help and thanks on your love. And thanks for hanging round despite the fact that I acquired my a** kicked on my own,” he stated.

There needs to be no implications for the remainder of the tour, which continues Sunday evening in Columbus, Ohio.

The rapper shall be making 4 stops in Texas this October as a part of this tour. 

His first Texas cease shall be in Dallas on Friday, Oct. 21 after which Austin on Oct. 22. He’ll then make his solution to Houston for a present on Oct. 25 earlier than making his remaining Texas cease in Fort Value on Oct. 26.

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