Ed Sheeran’s injury may affect some of his upcoming shows


Images via Ed Sheeran's Instagram account
  • Popular singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran’s injury may affect some of his upcoming shows
  • Sheeran had a bicycle accident and is currently waiting for some medical advice
  • The award-winning performer is set to perform in Taipei, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Philippines, among others

Award-winning singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran’s injury may affect some of his upcoming shows.

On Instagram, Sheeran confirmed the sad news; saying that he is currently waiting for some medical advice.

“I’ve had a bit of a bicycle accident and I’m currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows,” the popular artist expressed.

“Please stay tuned for further news,” he added.

To note, Sheeran is set to perform in Taipei on Sunday, October 22. He has upcoming shows, also, in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, and United Arab Emirates.

A lot of fans expressed sadness over what happened to their idol.

“Get well soon. Hope your hands will play the strings the same way,” @gingers_sheerios expressed.

“Oh, no! Hope it is not serious and heals quickly! Hopefully not too painful,” @sidesoflife commented.

“I saw your show in Boston and I am a huge fan and I hope you get better and that you can preform in your up coming shows,” wrote @cgodfrey225.

Ed Sheeran

Sheeran began recording music in 2004, and independently released his first collection of work, Spinning Man.

In 2010, he posted a video through SB.TV and rapper Example invited him to tour with him. In the same month, he also released his critically-acclaimed Loose Change EP; which featured his future debut single “The A Team”.

Sheeran gained mainstream attention in 2011, after he released another independent EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project; featuring grime artists such as Wiley, Jme, Devlin, Sway and Ghetts.

This article has been viewed 41 times. Article originally posted: October 17, 2017, 8:12 pm (UTC-0). Last update: October 17, 2017 at 8:12 pm (UTC-0).

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