“I’m sorry”: The Weeknd breaks off concert in tears

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The Weeknd aborts crying concert

The voice is the capital of every singer. If she’s suddenly gone, it’s a medium drama. Singer The Weeknd now has to undergo this. When he suddenly couldn’t produce any meaningful sound, he canceled a show in front of 70,000 fans with a heavy heart.

The Weeknd ended a concert early in tears. The singer performed Saturday night in front of more than 70,000 fans at the sold-out SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. But during his third song, the 32-year-old left the stage abruptly, as reported by several US media outlets. Moments later, The Weeknd returned and announced that they would not be able to finish the concert.

“I will make sure you get your money back,” he assured fans. “I’ll put on a show for you soon.” The Weeknd continued: “My apologies. I love you so much. You know how much this hurts me, I’m sorry. (…) Thank you so much.”

Clips of the short speech are now also circulating on YouTube. The singer’s voice sounds latently hoarse. You can also see The Weeknd fighting back tears.


Moments later, the singer spoke again on Twitter to explain the reason for the cancellation of the concert. His voice “failed” during the first song,” writes The Weeknd. He was “devastated,” he added. “I felt she was gone and my heart stopped,” he continues. “My deepest apologies to my fans. here. I promise I will make up for it with a new date.”

It is not yet known whether his voice problems will affect further scheduled concerts by The Weeknd. He, too, had performed at the SoFi Stadium the day before without any problems. According to Entertainment Tonight, several of his celebrity friends were in the audience, including models Kendall Jenner, Camila Monroe and Lily-Rose Depp, as well as Euphoria creator Sam Levinson. The Weeknd is collaborating with Depp and Levinson on the HBO series The Idol. The singer, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, and the daughter of Hollywood star Johnny Depp star in the drama.

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