Post Malone postponed his Boston performance in September just hours before it was scheduled to start, citing pain from a fall he suffered a week ago. The musician recently made a big effort to make up to his Boston fans, offering them free shirts and a heartfelt apology.

TMZ reported that after having to postpone his concert in Bean Town a few weeks ago due to a unexpected rib injury, Post took the stage Monday night to play for his fans there. He spoke to the audience present there, “I sincerely apologize, and I just wanted to express my gratitude for everyone’s attendance tonight, ladies and gentlemen. It truly means everything to me”.

In addition to putting on a fantastic performance, Post let fans know they could pick up a T-shirt as they left. It was a great gift considering that it is authentic, official custom Boston apparel, not something you might find in a parking lot.

As we previously reported, PM cancelled his concert in Boston last month only hours before it was scheduled to start. You may recall that the singer fractured a rib after taking a severe tumble onstage a few nights earlier during a performance in St. Louis.

At the time, he claimed he was having trouble breathing and was in too much agony to perform. A week later, in Cleveland, he made his theatrical comeback. Now that he is feeling considerably better, Post made sure to express his gratitude to the Boston faithful. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.

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