The rapper, who broke his leg in three places as a result of a motorcycle crash
he was involved in late last month in his hometown of Paterson, New Jersey, has reportedly
canceled several tour dates and appearances to focus on his recovery.
"Hey Boston zoo, sorry I can't make it to the @jamn945 show on 10/20," he tweeted on Friday. "Doc says I can't travel that far yet. Hope to see you soon!!"
Despite his absence, the rapper ensures his fans he's not taking a total break from music. The 24-year-old collaborated with fellow rapper and friend Monty on a new track.
"I'm f---- up but I still could record a lil … so @MONTY1738 said let's give em sunn real quick," he tweeted on Tuesday, with a link to the new song
, titled 'CashGreen.'
According to Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale, the rapper was thrown from his motorcycle after he was struck by another vehicle. Fetty, whose real name is Willie Maxwell, was conscious after the accident and taken to a local hospital for his injuries. The driver of the other vehicle also complained of abdominal pain and was taken to the hospital.
"As a result of the police investigation, there were three summons issued to [Maxwell]," Speziale said. "One was for operating without a license, he was in possession of what we call an ID only, and he doesn't have a license. He also was given a summons for not having any insurance. And finally for not having a registration in his possession, so failure to provide any of those documents."
He added, "In New Jersey state, if you don't have insurance it is a mandatory court appearance." A court date has not yet been set.
Following the incident, Fetty took to Instagram to let his fans know he was doing just fine and to thank them for all the well wishes.
"Appreciate ya so much for the prayers … they told me don't make a video but I'm still breathing so I gotta let ya no I'll be back," he captioned the video.
While we wait for Fetty to have a speedy recovery, watch the video below to see Kate Hudson
and her 11-year-old son, Ryder, beat airport boredom by dancing along to the rapper's catchy hit, "Trap Queen."