AP Dhillon is seriously injured while touring the United States and rushed to hospital

RIAU24.COM – Indo-Canadian singer AP Dhillon, who broke the internet with his viral song “Brown Munde” in 2020, had to be rushed to hospital due to several serious injuries he sustained while on his US tour. He also had to postpone several of his touring concerts due to a medical emergency.

The singer took to his official Instagram account on Tuesday to share health updates with his fans and talk about his injury.

In the message, he wrote, “To all my fans in California. It breaks my heart to tell you that my concerts in San Francisco and Los Angeles have been postponed due to the unfortunate injury I suffered during ‘a tour. I’m fine. . And I’m expected to make a full recovery.”

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Dhillon added: “However, I will not be able to perform at this time. I have been looking forward to seeing you all and I apologize for the inconvenience. See you in a few weeks. Wait for your tickets.” . They will apply to the newly postponed date.”

The Indian-born, Ontario-raised singer also shared a photo of herself from the hospital along with the note.

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In another post, he shared, “Dates rescheduled…San Francisco: Nov. 1-Dec. 13, Nov. 2-Dec. 14…Los Angeles: Nov. 4-Dec. 11.”

Dhillon kicked off his “Out of This World” tour at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on October 8. Dhillon is expected to visit a total of 10 cities in Canada and the United States for the tour.

In September, the singer made headlines for throwing the official ceremonial first pitch at Roberts Center stadium for the Canadian Major League Baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays, during a baseball game in the American League against the Tampa Bay Rays.


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