Post Malone addresses concerns about his health
The rapper has denied rumors that he is on drugs.
Post Malone has addressed fans who are concerned about his health following a video surfacing of him displaying weird behavior.
During the Memphis stop of the rapper’s Runaway Tour on Friday night (March 6), Post denied being on drugs.
“I feel the best I’ve ever f—king felt in my life,” he said. “And that’s why I can bust my a— for these shows and f—king fall on the floor and do all that fun sh-t. But for anyone that’s concerned here, I appreciate the love and the support, but I feel f—king fantastic and I’m not doing drugs.”
Adam Degross, the photographer for the “Circles” rapper echoed Post’s sentiments on Instagram. “This has been one of the most fun tours we’ve been on,” Degross said. “No one does drugs, no one is going nuts, everything is all good. He legit blew his nose during the space ghost Bigfoot video, which there’s like 40 Minutes more footage of. We just pass the time by making funny videos. The stage is made of grates, so you can see the light shine up, he caught his foot, and played it off. Then he always makes those faces during ‘Rockstar’ has done it for the last 100 shows.”
Post’s explanation regarding his health stemmed from a video circulation of him behaving oddly on stage, which resulted in fans suggesting that he was on drugs.
A concerned fan shared the compilation video and said, “You can’t sit there and tell me that this is normal behavior from Post, it’s not and the man needs help before something bad happens to him. Whether it’s alcohol or drugs, he’s not using them for fun anymore, he’s abusing them. it’s too much now, people are worried.”
Post Malone has been on his Runaway Tour since Sept. 14, 2019. The tour wraps up in London on July 2.
Check out Post Malone addressing his fans below.
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