Conway The Machine is postponing his upcoming Won’t He Do It tour after suffering a “severe leg injury.” He made the announcement on Instagram, Monday, revealing that he has a fractured right tibia.
“The results are in [face palm emoji]. I have a Fractured right tibia, dislocated kneecap, ANNNNND the album of the year tho!” he captioned a statement. “But In all seriousness tho, anyone that knows me knows there’s nothing I love to do more than bein up on that stage! I can’t lie I’m super disappointed that I have to postpone the WHDi tour for a little bit, because I was really looking forward to goin on those stages and rocking this WHDI shit for y’all live. However I am in good spirits and I’m only looking at it as just a minor lil setback for a MAJOR COMEBACK! No stress!!”
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From there, Conway revealed that tickets will be honored at the updated dates: “If u already bought tickets they’ll be honored at the later dates for sure! More updates coming this week. I appreciate all the love and concern for my well-being, love y’all.” He also shared a photo of himself in a hospital bed with the injury.
Plenty of fans shared their support for Conway despite the disappointing news. DJ Premier commented, “Heal up and get right back to it KING. WHDI? YHW!!!” One fan wrote, “Seen you in London Ontario last May, one of the best shows I’ve been to hands down still remember when you brought me on stage! Minor setback for a major comeback.”
Conway The Machine Postpones Tour Dates
Conway dropped Won’t He Do It earlier this month with features from Westside Gunn, Dave East, Fabolous, Benny The Butcher, and more. The album is his first since last year’s God Don’t Make Mistakes, and his first post-Shady Records release.
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