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Video Of Post Malone Performing On His Knees Questions His Health



Fans Think Post Malone Needs Help After His Performance Video Went Viral

Fans Think Post Malone Needs Help After His Performance Video Went Viral

Post Malone is currently trending after few videos captured at his recent concert surfaced. The viral clip shows the “Hollywood’s Bleeding” crooner in the middle of his emotive hit “I Fall Apart.”

Post can be seen losing his footing and rolling around on stage while still singing out the lyrics.

Now folks online are using the videos as “proof” that the singer should be seeking help, either for alcohol or substance abuse, although the people closest to Malone say he’s really just vibing out.


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Post Malone is seen singing to a large crowd on his knees before he clumsily stumbles and continues singing while laying on his side. He then gets back to a crouching position and screams his lyrics, which could be unnerving to anybody who has not been to this man’s concert before.

The clip was reposted by DJ Akademiks on his popular instagram page and Post Malone’s manager didn’t hesitate to clear the air. “All Vibez,” Dre London commented, co-signing DJ Carnage’s message that the Texas-raised rapper was just having fun.


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This video of #postmalone performing went viral on twitter with fans wondering about his health.

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But fans on social media are concerned about his mental health and are convinced something is wrong with him and that he needs help.

“Guys please, Post Malone has been acting “weird” on stage since a few weeks. I’m not trying to assume anything, but he looks like he’s under drugs. So please, SPREAD THIS VIDEO. We lost too many artists over overdoses. I hope he’s gonna be okay,” a fan tweeted.

Below are some reactions on twitter :

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