Post Malone pushed through the pain for his fans. There's no doubt about it.

On Friday, Sept. 23, Posty posted up at TD Garden in Boston. His show started at 8 and the crowd erupted the moment he took the stage. This was an experience of a lifetime and there wasn't a bad seat in the house.

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Just to quickly recap, on Sept. 17 in Saint Louis, Post Malone fell through a hole on stage at the Enterprise Center, seriously injuring his chest and rib area. The world was shocked to hear that he was continuing with his tour the day after, the next stop Boston for a two-night run.

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Unfortunately, he was only able to get through night one.

Sitting right side from the stage, I had a clear view of Post who put on one hell of a show. From start to finish, he gave the crowd a performance like no other: singing, dancing, shaking hands with the crowd. There was absolutely no visible sign of pain or struggle, so if he was hurting, he hid it well.

Among his setlist was his hit song "Circles," which began acoustically.

Saturday night was buzzing and fans were already in the building, tickets in hand and anticipation on their mind. Disappointment settled in just 30 minutes before the show's start when word came down the line that Post was hospitalized. He reported "sharp pains" when breathing and had to postpone his show at the last minute.

Of course, fans were upset and disappointed, but this was likely the last call Post Malone wanted to make. There's no doubt he's hurt, and the video of his fall from earlier this month is cringeworthy.

TD Garden took to Twitter to inform ticket holders that a new show date is TBD.

As for Posty, the fans and I wish him a speedy recovery.

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