Last month, SZA announced ‘Ctrl: The Tour,’ a 44-stop, four-month trek in support of her debut album of the same name that would cross both North America and Canada. But the singer has rescheduled the series of shows, according to Washington, D.C.’s WPGC, which cited a label representative.

The singer was scheduled to perform at The Fillmore Silver Springs last night (August 17), but the Maryland venue shared via Twitter that her show had been postponed until Sunday (August 20), giving a vague explanation of it being due to “unforeseen occurrences.”

Earlier that day, her tour’s official Twitter account had sent positive vibes SZA’s way, but without detail as well, writing “Prayers UP.”

Finally, the singer gave her own update, taking to Instagram to share a picture of a hospital bracelet around her wrist, with a date of admittance of Wednesday (August 16).

After revealing she had suffered, but was recovering from, health issues (and asking for forgiveness from fans), SZA then promised banger shows for the rescheduled stops in Rhode Island, Virginia, Connecticut, and D.C.

She wrote:

“DUDES !! Please forgive me Im having the weirdest time health wise!..I’ve had some extensive testing done n I’m happy to say I’m MUCH better and cleared to fly! Thank you SO much for your patience and loving wishes ! I love you ! PROVIDENCE I’ll SEE YOU SUNDAY!! D.C. VA & CT IMMA LEAVE MY UTERUS ON STAGE WHEN WE LINK UP💪🏾 LETS KICK THIS OFF RIGHT !!! 💃🏾🙏🏾💖 #CtrlTHETOUR #TDE -Lana”