After losing his voice, The Weeknd were forced to cancel a concert mid-performance, telling fans, “I can’t give you the concert I want you to do right now.” You can see him apologizing on stage:
The 32-year-old suddenly lost his voice during a performance at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. last night, prompting fans to apologize before cutting the show short.
The grumpy-looking singer, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, said: “I wanted to personally come out and apologize to all of you. .
“This is killing me and I don’t want to stop the show. But I can’t give you the concert I want to give you right now.
“I’ll make sure everyone is safe and get the money back, but I’ll put on a show with you guys soon.
“But I didn’t tweet or Instagram because I wanted to come out and apologize personally. I want you to know that I can’t give you what I want to give you right now. I apologize, I’m sorry, I love you so much.
He concluded by adding: I love you. Thank you very much. “
In a Twitter update, the Canadian star once again apologized to his fans, writing:
“I am daunted and my heart is broken. I hereby sincerely apologize to my fans. I promise to repay you with a new date.”
Fans provided support for the singer. In response to his Twitter post, one said: [for] Abel. Relax and rest. We will be waiting and supporting you when you are back to 100% health again. ”
someone else said: i hope he gets better soon. ”
Another person who shared footage of himself from the concert wrote: He seemed to notice it, and he ran backstage in a panic.
“I hope he gets better soon. I can’t wait to see him on our next date when he gets better! Get some rest, Abel.”
It’s unclear what caused The Weeknd to lose his voice, but fans are crossing their fingers that he’s feeling better ahead of his next two appointments in Toronto on Sept. 22 and 23. will let you