Why is Peso Pluma Hospitalized? The Incident He Suffered at Latest Concert

The ‘Doble P’ got injured during his performance at the Governors Ball Music Festival on June, 9

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In the music industry business there’s a predominant mantra: “the show must go on”. And it seems Peso Pluma has taken this literally.

The Mexican artist headlined the highly anticipated Governors Ball Music Festival on Sunday, June 9, in New York City. Of course, once again, the Doble P was one of the most eagerly awaited performers of the day. This is not surprising, given that he has become one of the biggest Latin stars worldwide, taking Mexican music to another level and breaking records like no other artist before.

Peso Pluma performs during the 2024 Governors Ball at Flushing Meadows Corona Park on June 09, 2024 in New York City. Marleen Moise/Getty Images

It’s well-known that the ‘LADY GAGA’ singer is very energetic onstage, giving his all in each show. But this time, too much excitement at the concert took its toll on him. While he was dancing with his crew to the final verses of ‘La Intención,’ his collaboration with Christian Nodal, sprained his ankle while jumping.

“I just sprained my f*cking ankle. I sprained it but I’m going to keep going, man, as far as it goes,” he told the audience, who applauded the Mexican’s attitude. His team even brought a chair to the stage, which he threw into the air. «F*ck the chair! Le’ts go, I want to see those motherf*ckers singing there!»

@yeseniabarrerag55Peso pluma se fractura el tobillo y aún así sigue♬ sonido original – yeseniabarrerag55

The ‘Genesis’ author keeped on with the show, even bringing Rich The Kid on stage, with whom he has a recent song, ‘Gimme A Second.’

Peso Pluma, Hospitalized After The Governors Ball Festival

After finishing the concert as best he could, Peso Pluma went rapidly to the Hospital. He keeped his fans posted of his health situation through social media. “Waiting for the XR,” he wrote on Instagram stories.

Finally, the Mexican revealed the bad news: he fractured his ankle. An injury like this that can take from 6 to 12 weeks to recover. However, neither Peso Pluma nor his team have provided further information, not even about whether this could affect the upcoming dates of this ‘Exodo Tour’.

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