Talk about falling down on the job! August Alsina was in the middle of a performance Monday night in New York City, when he seemingly lost consciousness and collapsed! He promptly fell off of the stage and into the crowd! Take a look in the video below!
It is still not known what caused him to topple over but according to Bossip, sources close to August revealed that he hadn’t eaten or rested most of the day, despite constant urging from his team.
Concert-goers at the scene told Bossip that paramedics had to be called to provide August with medical attention, so the show did not go on.
We hope August is feeling better and is getting the rest that he needs.
We’re certain there is much more to this tale and The Urban Daily will keep the story updated as information becomes available.
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