Bret Michaels speaks out in the midst of hospitalization

Bret Michaels thanked his fans for their support in an update about his recent hospitalization. Michaels was on tour with Poison, glam-metal band in Tennessee on June 30, when he became unwell. “medical complication.”

After the concert was abruptly cancelled, the singer apologized via his Instagram account and stated that he would return to the road as soon as possible. “To the incredible fans in Nashville, thank you for all your well wishes!! I was truly fired up to get on stage in Music City and perform, but due to an unforeseen medical complication and following hospitalization, it was not possible,”On Thursday, Michaels posted an Instagram post.

Michaels made it clear that he would be in Florida for the July 2 show. However, he was unable to attend the meet and greeting due to his health. “To all my friends in Jacksonville, in light of my recent medical situation & treatment, I’m very excited to try to attempt to bring all the positive energy, vocals and give you all I that I have on stage tonight,”In an Instagram post, he stated the following: I pledge, as always to do my best to help you and to give all that I have.”

“As for the awesome Poison meet & greet, you know I always give 1000% both during the meet and greet and on stage,” Michaels continued. “Doctors have recommended that I rest and conserve energy for the show. 

“Therefore I will not be able to be at the meet and greet this evening. I encourage you to go see the other guys and enjoy the meet and greet. Thank you for all your well wishes and understanding. Florida, you know I love you.”

He posted later a photo taken during today’s performance, which shows Michaels smiling into the camera and his fans cheering behind him. The caption he added to the photo was: “Sick and in the pouring rain, Bret gives 100%.”

 On July 1, Michaels shared an update on his Website about his condition, writing, “Can’t thank Nashville’s incredible & determined medical staff who helped me, as you can see with several IV sites to run tests & administer fluids. I’m determined to try to rock Jacksonville & return for a Nashville show someday soon.”

He has not disclosed what his past health issues were, but the 59 year-old frontman has suffered from type 1 diabetes since childhood. Michaels has suffered from type 1 diabetes since childhood. In 2010, he had a brain hemorhage.

Sources TMZ  Michaels might have had a bad reaction to the medicine he has been taking since being diagnosed with COVID-19. According to sources, Michaels’ Type 1 diabetic condition could have caused side effects. Poison still has 21 dates on their tour. A concert is scheduled for July 3, in Mississippi.


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