Singer The Weeknd worried his fans when he lost his voice in the first song at a show at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, being forced to cancel the performance. As soon as he informed those present that he could not continue singing, the 32-year-old Canadian began to receive protests from the 70,000 spectators, apologizing later.
“I can’t give you the show I want to give you. I’ll make sure everyone is okay, get your money back and I’ll do a show soon for you guys, but I wanted to go out and apologize in person and not tweet or Instagram “, he told fans. “I wanted you to know that I can’t give you guys what I want to give you guys. I apologize. I’m sorry,” he lamented. He added, “You know how much it kills me. I love you. Thank you so much.”
A short time later, The Weeknd completed the apology on social media, posting some sayings: “My voice disappeared during the first song and I’m devastated”, wrote the multi-award-winning artist. “I felt her go and my heart dropped. My deepest apologies to my fans here. I promise I’ll make up for it with a new date,” he concluded.
The cause of the singer’s voice loss is not yet known, but he is in the midst of a long series of shows that include not only performances in North America, but also in Mexico, South Asia, Australia and Europe. The tour has already faced setbacks due to the Covid-19 pandemic and then had to have some shows canceled or postponed for technical reasons.