The Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi suffered last Tuesday an attack of Tourette’s Syndrome during a concert held in Frankfurt, Germany, in what would be his last concert.
The syndrome has symptoms such as spasms or sudden and strange movements, and this is what happened to the interpreter of “Before You Go” during the concert, something that was quickly detected by the public.
The artist was singing “Someone You Loved“, one of his greatest hits, when the spasms began. With this, after being detected, the public wanted to support the artist during the problem, doing the chorus after moving away from the microphone.
It has been only a few months since the artist announced on his social networks that he suffered from the syndrome through an explanatory video. With that, after what happened in Germany, the artist has reappeared on social networks to thank his fans for helping him in such a critical and “normal” situation at the same time, and explaining that ‘It’s not a problem. It only happens when I’m tired and nervous, so it makes it more intense’.