Liam James Payne is a well known English singer. Recently he was hospitalized due to some health-related issues and in this post, you will get more information about his health.
Why Was Liam Payne Hospitalized?
Liam Payne was hospitalized due to a kidney infection. The 29-year-old singer of “Strip That Down” announced that he was postponing his South American tour early on Friday, August 25, 2023. The trip was scheduled to begin on September 1 in Lima, Peru and end on September 12 in Mexico City.
He said in the video:
“Hey guys this really is the last news I want to be telling you but basically I’ve been a little bit unwell recently and I ended up in the hospital with a bad kidney infection, We’ve started rehearsals and I’ve just been advised that now’s really not the right time to be out on the road trying to recover from this.”
You can watch his video provided below:
It’s with a heavy heart I have to tell you that we have no other choice but to postpone my upcoming tour of South America. Over the past week I’ve been in hospital with a serious kidney infection, it’s something I wouldn’t wish on anyone, and doctors orders are that I now need to… pic.twitter.com/0aXg2r9MDD
— Liam (@LiamPayne) August 25, 2023
Payne stated that while his team is attempting to reschedule, tickets would be returned at the time of purchase for the time being.
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What did Liam Payne Say About His Kidney?
In the boyband’s early years, Payne was well-known as the member who abstained from alcohol since, as he said in interviews, he was born prematurely and only had one functioning kidney. However, he revealed in August 2012, “Just been for an ultrasound on my kidney turns out its fixed form when I was a baby!!! 😮 so now I have two.”
Just been for an ultrasound on my kidney turns out its fixed form when I was a baby!!! 😮 so now I have two 🙂 #weirdnewsoftheday
— Liam (@LiamPayne) August 7, 2012
In September 2012, he admitted that both his kidneys are working:
@pqp__1D my kidneys are both working now 🙂
— Liam (@LiamPayne) September 12, 2012
Payne admitted in a 2021 interview that he didn’t like himself very much during the early years of his boy band, which he said were marked by “pills and booze” and “moments of suicidal ideation.” He added:
“The day the band ended, I was like, Thank the Lord, I know a lot of people are going to be mad at me for saying that, but I needed to stop or it would kill me.”
Payne admitted that he battled drinking at the height of the band’s success, when he spent a lot of time travelling through four global tours together with Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik. The band was established on “The X Factor” in 2010 and achieved worldwide acclaim.
“In the band… the best way to secure us, because of how big we’d got, was just to lock us in our rooms. What’s in the room? A mini-bar, So at a certain point I thought, I’m just going to have a party-for-one and that seemed to carry on for many years of my life. Then you look back at how long you’ve been drinking and you’re like, ‘Jesus Christ, that’s a long time.'”
Following Malik’s departure from the band in 2015, One Direction went on an indefinite break. Since his days in One Direction, the celebrity has been candid about his battle with addiction.
Payne returned to YouTube and stated in a video that he’d realized he had “become somebody who I didn’t recognize anymore.” He said:
“I had to kind of go away to kind of get better, let’s say. The whole thing got to that point of where it was just to kind of scramble to stay relevant.”
He disclosed that he had spent nearly 100 days in a “wonderful place” in Louisiana to get his head straight. Payne also hadn’t consumed alcohol in almost six months.
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