During a matinee performance on New Year’s Day, comedian George Lopez became unwell and had to leave the stage.
During his performance on Friday, Lopez, 60, began to struggle on stage at the Muckleshoot Casino Resort in Auburn, Washington, reports TMZ.
According to witnesses, Lopez was reportedly performing for 30 to 45 minutes of his afternoon session, when he realized he could no longer perform.
The venue later stated that Lopez’s 8 p.m. event had been canceled and rescheduled for Mar. 18 due to the incident.
Lopez has not commented on his condition or the incident. However, he re-shared a fan’s post about the ordeal on his Instagram story.
“@GeorgeLopez I hope you’re feeling much better soon,” the fan wrote.
George earlier made a social media post in honor of Betty White, who died at the age of 99. The actor released a humorous video of White on his old talk program, Lopez Tonight.
“You know you’re loved when the entire world feels like 99 years just isn’t enough,” he wrote according to Daily Mail. “Your light is too bright to ever be dimmed. Thank you for the years of laughter and comedic genius, you will be dearly missed.”