Post Malone experienced a rather serious fall while performing on stage; it required medical assistance for him to get up, and the audience wasn’t sure whether to stick around or leave.
Midway through his performance of “Circles” on Saturday night in St. Louis at the Enterprise Center, it happened.
POST MALONE was strutting his stuff as he descended a ramp that reached out onto the arena floor. It would have gone smoothly if the floor hole he utilized to lower his guitar hadn’t been left uncovered.
He walked in it, suffered a terrible tumble, and ended up on the concert floor splayed out. One of his legs was violently shaking, a witness tells TMZ. As he fled the platform, medical personnel rushed in and eventually flanked him.
He requested a few minutes to gather himself, but it was obvious that everyone was worried and some didn’t think he’d ever come back.
POST reappeared 15 minutes later and performed “Rockstar” and “Cooped Up.” “Rockstar” fits because Post was adamant to go on despite being obviously in pain and clutching his ribs while singing.
POST MALONE thanked the audience for sticking with him, informed them that the stage had a “big-ass hole in it,” and even offered an unnecessary apology. He completed the performance and even remained around to sign a few autographs.
There is no information on his health, but he is expected to continue his “Twelve Carat Tour” in Columbus on Sunday.