Professor Green fractures neck
Professor Green has been forced to cancel his upcoming tour after fracturing his neck when he fell during a seizure.
Professor Green has fractured his neck.
The 'I Need You Tonight' hitmaker has been forced to cancel his tour after he was hospitalised when he injured his neck during a seizure on Tuesday morning (12.02.19).
He wrote on Instagram: "I had seizure this morning which resulted in a fall while I was packing for tour. Depending on how you look at this fall I was extremely lucky. I fractured vertebrae in my neck and subsequently had to cancel my tour that was due to start today. I'll be back in the winter with a bigger tour. I've had two further seizures and am lucky I didn't break my neck. Really fucking lucky. Thanks for baring with me. most importantly thank you to our NHS, heroes amongst men (and women). (sic)"
And with no obvious cause for the seizure, Professor Green thinks it is down to him overworking himself and so he will be taking some time to practice the "self care" he preaches.
He added: "Just after I sent this pic I sent to someone to say how ready for tour I was, I had the first seizure I've ever had which led to me falling without hands to soften the fall and fractured my neck in doing so. After I got to the hospital I had a second seizure with again no obvious cause. There's one theory - I've run myself into the ground doing way too much, over stretching myself as per usual and it's finally caught up on me. Seems quite likely.
"I'm gonna use this time to implement all the self care I encourage others to put into practice - and it's going to stay in practice as there's nothing like nearly breaking your neck to put things into perspective. Rest, studio, books, and efforts into building what might even be a relationship ... A healthy one. Not one based on toxicity. Crazy, I know. Really though, feeling very lucky not least of all to count @eddiejenkins_ and @ruari_sb as friends and house mates, I wouldn't be here if ruari didn't hear me hit the floor / wall. (sic)"