The Weeknd Ends LA Concert Midst Due To Losing His Voice, Apologizes To Fans Onstage

Saturday went bad for The Weeknd.

On 3rd September, The Weeknd had a concert in Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles. While performing his song ‘Can’t feel my face’, in the midst of it he lost his voice. He wasn’t able to sing and so he decided to end the concert.

There and then he apologized to his audience for stopping the concert so abruptly. Instead of tweeting or writing a post, he onstage said sorry to his fans. He said that for now, he couldn’t give them the concert, that he wants to. He assured fans that their concert money will be refunded back and soon he will do a show for them. Further, he adds,” I wanted to come out and personally apologize and not tweet it or Instagram it.”

Abel Tesfaye says, ” I wanted you guys to know that I can’t give you what I want to give you. I apologize. I’m so sorry.” By the end, he stands up on stage and talks to fans saying, ” You know how much this kills me. I love you. Thank you so much.”

Later on, after the concert ended. The next day which is today he shared a small note on Twitter. In which he writes, ” My voice went out during the first song and I’m devastated. Felt it ho and my heart dropped.” Once again he apologized to his fans for stopping the concert. He promised to make it up to them and inform them about the new date.

In The Weeknd’s comment section some of his fans supported him and cheered him up. Whereas some were disappointed as they traveled this far for him. Others as usual ended up making memes.

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The story of the series will center on a “self-help guru and a cult leader” who gets into a complicated relationship with a budding pop star. The music industry will serve as a backdrop in the series. n the teaser, we get to see glimpses of The Weeknd & Lily-Rose Depp’s relationship, dance, money, drugs, sex, music, fun & rise to fame. It’s a teaser packed with the ups and downs of the industry and how’s it difficult to survive in it to make a name for yourself. The series is directed by Sam Levinson & is created by him, Abel Tesfaye The Weeknd, and Reza Fahim.

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