Post Malone Gives Out T-Shirts to Make Up for Canceled Show
As I told you, Post Malone had to begrudgingly cancel his September 24 Boston concert due to injuries suffered in that brutal spill he took on a St. Louis stage days before. Post held out as long as he could, but ultimately had to check into the hospital for his injuries. “I’m having a very difficult time breathing, and there’s like a stabbing pain whenever I breathe or move,” Malone posted to Twitter the evening of the show. “We’re in the hospital now, but with this pain, I can’t do the show tonight. I’m so f–king sorry.” He promised to make it up to the people of Boston as soon as he could.
"As soon as he could" happened Monday night. The 27-year-old took to the stage offering another massive apology to his audience. In video first posted by TMZ, Post told the Boston crowd, “I’m so f--king sorry and I just wanted to say thank you for coming out tonight ladies and gentlemen. It means the f--king world to me. As you guys are headed out of the venue, we made some shirts and they're free for everybody leaving tonight." The shirts, featuring a pic of Post in a Boston Celtics jersey (much as he wore on stage that night) on the front, and on the back his signature and "Love y'all so much, Boston", were a sign of appreciation for the fans of Boston who returned for the make-up concert.
The Post Malone "Twelve Carat Tour" continues tonight and tomorrow with shows at Madison Square Garden. See Post on stage in Boston announcing the free t-shirts here --->
Blink-182 Is Back . . . with Tom DeLonge!!!
Blink-182 is back . . . the REAL Blink-182 with Tom DeLonge. They're dropping a single called "Edging" on Friday . . . and they'll tour the world in 2023.
The tour will kick off in Tijuana in March, then travel through Mexico and South America, before hitting North America on May 4th. They'll move onto Europe in September, then hit Australia and New Zealand in early 2024.
This will be the first time DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker have worked together since 2014, when Tom left the band for a second time. Mark Hoppus recently battled and defeated cancer.