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Post Malone hospitalized with ‘stabbing pain’ a week after fall at Enterprise Center

Post Malone reassures his fans that he’s doing well after falling through an open trap door on stage midway through his show in St.Louis.

Post Malone’s on-stage fall at Enterprise Center last weekend looks even more serious than originally thought. 

The singer stepped into a trap door while performing Sept. 17 in St. Louis, but continued on with an abbreviated show after a brief hiatus following medics attending to his bruised ribs. Since then, Malone maintained his touring schedule, including a date the very next night in Columbus, Ohio.

But Sept. 24 in Boston after stabbing pain and difficulty in breathing led to his hospitalization, Malone postponed the show there at the last minute.

He tweeted the news to his fans on his social media. (The singer’s social media post contains profanity).

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Malone had been treated in a hospital at some point after the St. Louis show before he traveled to Columbus, but considering the severity of his fall, it’s no shock he’s still suffering.

There’s no word yet on how the rest of the tour will be affected.

The next scheduled show is in Cleveland on Sept. 27.

Malone also performed at Enterprise Center early in 2020.

The singer was performing “Circles,” midway through the show, when the incident occurred.

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