Action Bronson is "all good" after leaving the stage during his set due to medical reasons at the UKA Festival in Norway Sunday (Oct. 4).

A representative for the festival's Twitter account posted that the Mr. Wonderful creator stopped the show for "medical reasons" while Bronson simply tweeted that he had "an issue."

"This has been one of the most satisfying tours I've ever done. Had an issue the last night smh but I'll be all good. MUCH LOVE!!" tweeted the 31-year-old rapper early Monday morning (Oct. 5).

He seems to be in good spirits as well since afterwards he confirmed to be back on the grind with his cooking show and new music on the way.

"Now it's back to work. F---, THATS DELICIOUS AND NEW ALBUM COMING!!!!!" he tweeted after giving a shout out to some members of his team.

Bronson's next album will be his fourth effort after Mr. Wonderful dropped earlier this year. The New York native is staying on the move as well. He's expected to continue his tour in Anchorage, Ak., on Oct. 23, Bridgeview, Ill., on Oct. 30 and Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo., on Oct. 31.

We're glad the rhymer is better and look forward to hearing new tracks and finding out about his latest antics and food concoctions on F---, That's Delicious. The latest episode that aired in August chronicled Bronson's trip to Hawaii where he made Kahuku Superette, tuna with vegetables, soy sauce and spices called poke. He crafted the dish while he hilariously danced and sang along to the classic '80s rock tune "Easy Lover" by Philip Bailey & Phil Collins.

Get the details about Bronsolino's tour on his site and catch up on his show here.

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