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Pop Star TYLA Injures Her Back In ‘Aggressive Tw*rk Accident’… Cancels Tour

Iyanna Muhammad |

Pop star Tyla announced yesterday that she’s cancelling her current tour, which has been selling out all over the world. The beautiful young pop star suffered what her team has told Media Take Out is a “back” injury.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – APRIL 19: Tyla Seethal attends Mugler H&M Global Launch Event on April 19, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images)

Tyla sent out a message to her fans, explaining that her entire Europe and American tour is getting cancelled. Officially, Tyla says that her reason for cancelling the tour is she’s “in pain”.

Now here’s the tea that Media Take Out is hearing. According to a person associated with Tyla’s team, Tyla had what we’re being told is a “freak tw*rking accident.”

The insider explained, “Tyla loves to dance, and she was practicing some moves that she’s seen [from artists like Meg Thee Stallion and Sexxy Red] and she hurt her back.”

The insider continued, “She went to doctors and she’s now doing physical therapy to fix it.”

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 04: (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Tyla attends the 66th GRAMMY Awards at Crypto.com Arena on February 04, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)

We asked specifically what the dance move was that hurt the tiny beautiful pop star. The insider told Media Take Out – “aggressive twerking.”

Damn, who knew that twerking could be dangerous …

Look at Tyla showing off some of her dance moves.

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Tyla is a South African singer and songwriter. Born and raised in Johannesburg, she signed with Epic Records in 2021 after the domestic success of her 2019 debut single, “Getting Late” featuring Kooldrink.
Tyla rose to international fame with the release of her 2023 single “Water”, which entered the top ten in sixteen countries including the United Kingdom and United States. “Water” was the first song by a South African soloist to enter the US Billboard Hot 100 in 55 years and was awarded the inaugural Grammy Award for Best African Music Performance in 2024.

Her self-titled debut album is scheduled for release on 22 March 2024. Tyla has also earned nominations for a BRIT Award, a Soul Train Music Award, a MOBO Award, and two South African Music Awards.

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