Childish Gambino has been forced to cut short a recent US gig after reportedly suffering from a broken foot.

No matter how you look at it, 2018 has been a pretty huge year for Donald Glover (a.k.a Childish Gambino). Following the success of his chart-topping single ‘This Is America’, he’s announced that his current tour is set to be his last, making fans wonder just what is next in his musical career.

Following the release of two new in-progress tracks to his fans recently, the rapper kicked off his North American tour with some pretty wild shows, and even debuted a new song at his recent New York gig.

However, just weeks out from his upcoming Aussie tour, the beloved musician was forced to bow out of his Texas gig early after suffering from a broken foot.

While performing at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Sunday night, Childish Gambino’s gig finished up 30 minutes earlier than planned, without the muso performing a typical encore.

According to TMZ, fans noted that Donald Glover appeared to be in pain following some dance moves, but following the performance, a spokesperson for the venue revealed that he had actually broken his foot instead.

To make things a bit more confusing, TMZ also revealed that Childish Gambino was spotted in Las Vegas on Friday night at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in a “wheelchair and a leg brace”. Despite this, he removed the brace before getting onstage, making it seem as though Sunday night’s early finish was the result of aggravating a pre-exisiting injury.

Childish Gambino’s Aussie tour is set to kick off in just over a month, so we hope that he manages to rest up and get his foot back in action before he’s set to take the stage for what is potentially the last time on Aussie soil.

Check out Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’:

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Childish Gambino 2018 Australian Tour

Thursday, 8th November
HBF Stadium, Perth (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Saturday, 10th November
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 14th November
Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (All Ages)
Tickets: Live Nation

Also performing at Canberra’s Spilt Milk festival on 17th November