The incident occurred a month after the singer fell and injured his ribs while performing.
Post Malone he sprained his ankle and foot during a concert in Atlanta, United States, this Wednesday 19th. A video of the singer’s accident circulates on social media.
Passing through the North American city with the Twelve-carat tour, your album tour Twelve-karat toothache, from 2022, Post tripped on stage and injured his foot while performing his song psychopath, from the disc beer mugs and bentleys. You can see the singer leaning on one leg after the accident.
“Let me tell you something, there are holes in the stage,” joked Post as he commented on the incident to the audience.
Posty injured his ankle tonight in Atanta for #TwelveCaratTour.
I send you love, @PostMalone. ? pic.twitter.com/12ktIq1bCe
– Post Malone News (@NewsPosty) October 19, 2022
This is the second incident Post has suffered in a month. Recently, he went viral after falling on stage at a show in the city of Saint Louis, USA while he sang the hit. you look for, and hurt your ribs. At the time, her pain was so great that her legs were shaking uncontrollably, according to the doctor. TMZ.
Headliner n Rock in Rio, Post also got injured during this year’s performance. In the song better now, he slipped on the stairs of the stage that gave access to the audience and later appeared with a bloody finger.
Watch the moment Post injured his ankle in Atlanta:
Last night it was great! Much respect for @PostMalone for giving everything he had after spraining his ankle! Such an amazing experience. pic.twitter.com/p1FKqD4Fb2
– ydoC (@ItsCodyCarson) October 19, 2022
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