AP Dhillon hospitalised after accident during US tour
In a post, the singer said he has sustained an unfortunate injury while on tour
AP Dhillon, the Indo-Canadian singer who is known for songs such as Brown Munde, Excuses and Insane, has been hospitalised after he sustained injuries in an accident during his US tour.
Posting it on his Instagram handle, Dhillon apologized to his fans about postponing his tour. He also shared a photograph of himself from the hospital.
"To all my fans in California. It breaks my heart to inform you that my shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles are being postponed due to an unfortunate injury that I suffered while on tour. I am doing well. And I am expected to fully recover,” Dhillon wrote.
"However, I will not be able to perform at this time. I have been waiting eagerly to see you all and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you. See you all in a few weeks. Hang on to your tickets. They will be valid for the newly rescheduled dates."
In another note, he said: "Rescheduled dates... San Francisco: November 1 to December 13, November 2 to December 14... Los Angeles: November 4 to December 11."