In a statement the rapper revealed he would not be cancelling his remaining tour dates and said he was 'deeply sorry' for his mistake.
I jumped off an extremely tall lighting tress during my last song, and was taken to the hospital for examination.
I was released, and I'm fine, besides some nicks, bruises, and the shame of endangering the crowd. The fall broke a girl's arm and hurt another guy.
My tour manager Nils and I stayed at the hospital for six hours til the visiting period ended, and all I know about the man's condition at this point is that he has no breaks and the injury seems to be muscular/ bruising.
I'll be going back in the morning to try to apologize, but I wouldn't blame the guy if he spits in my face.
The jump was not awesome, it was not badass, and it was not ballsy.
It turned what should have been a great day for the people who got hurt into a nightmare.
It was stupid and wildly irresponsible, plain and simple.
– George Watsky, rapper
I have no excuse for my actions, and the only way I can explain my mindset is that it was a huge overreach in the heat of the moment.
No, I was not drunk or on drugs. Putting your own body on the line is one thing, but putting other people in harm's way is inexcusable.
Today I let down my supporters, I let down the Warped Tour and I let down my band and the people who work their asses off behind the scenes to make these shows happen.
My #1 priority right now is to somehow make this right for the folks who were hurt.