Singer Charli XCX has been forced to pull out of her Summer Sonic Festival performances in Tokyo and Osaka this weekend due to a severe bout of tonsillitis.
The 25-year-old pop star has been left heartbroken that she is unable to perform on doctor’s orders, reported People.
The “Boom Clap” singer said she has been unable to leave her hotel room because she is unwell and that it all started after she “passed out” at Beijing airport.
The brunette beauty was planning on staying in Japan to work on other projects.
Alongside a lengthy note explaining her ailment, she wrote on Instagram and Twitter, “I am heartbroken to say I’ve had to cancel my 2 shows at summersonic in Japan due to health issues / doctors orders. I am so so so sorry to all the angels who were coming to see me. I love you all and I will be back in Japan soon. (sic).”
Charli has vowed to return to the country very soon and said she could not risk causing further damage to her vocals by going ahead with the performances.