Post Malone, he of many face tattoos, might want you to know he’s “not taking medications” and, indeed, has never been something more.
The rapper and vocalist has started some worry among his fanbase this week after recordings of him “slurring his words, feigning exacerbation and falling,” according to CNN, made the web adjusts.
“HE Isn’t Alright. HE NEEDS Assistance!” one fan composed nearby a viral video of Malone appearing to lose his balance mid-show, while another additional that the circumstance was “lamentable.”
However, Malone is doing fine and dandy, he guaranteed fans on Friday, settling the bits of gossip that he’s battling throughout a break in the Memphis, Tennessee, stop of his Runaway Visit.
“I’m not on medications and I feel the best I’ve consistently screwing felt in my life,” he told the group, in film caught by a concertgoer.
“What’s more, that is the reason I can work hard for these shows and screwing fall on the floor and do such enjoyment poop. Yet, for anybody that is worried here, I welcome the adoration and the help, yet I feel screwing incredible and I’m not taking medications,” he said.
Malone’s agents didn’t react to HuffPost’s solicitation for input, however the artist’s visit picture taker Adam DeGross resounded Malone’s dramatic opinions in a web based life post.
“Nobody takes tranquilizes, nobody is going crazy, everything is all good,” DeGross composed on Instagram, including that Malone likely stumbled because of the meshes in front of an audience.
The “Sunflower” artist is at present on the second leg of the visit advancing his third studio collection “Hollywood’s Dying,” which will close in London this mid year.
Malone has been particularly authentic about his deepest emotions of late, so there’s no sign that he wouldn’t be straightforward with fans.
Talking with GQ in a meeting prior this month, the 24-year-old considered himself a “revolting ass mother lover” and uncovered that his many face tattoos help support his confidence.
“It does perhaps originate from a position of insecurity,” he clarified. “I don’t care for what I look like, so I’m going to put something cool on there so I can take a gander at myself and state, ‘You look cool, kid,’ and have a speck of fearlessness with regards to my appearance.”