Fetty Wap
Fetty Wap, pictured here performing at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival on Sept. 19, 2015 in Las Vegas, had to cancel a show in Boston this weekend because he wasn't medically cleared to travel after being injured in a motorcycle accident last weekend. Getty

Breakout rapper Fetty Wap is continuing to heal after being involved in a motorcycle accident in his hometown of Paterson, New Jersey, on Oct. 3. While fans are glad to hear the rapper is alright, he'll unfortunately have to miss a show due to the injuries he suffered in the crash.

The "Trap Queen" rapper told his fans on Twitter he wouldn't be able to attend a show in Boston for Jam'N 94.5 radio. The show will still take place on Oct. 20 with Big Sean, Omarion and Sage The Gemini.

On Oct. 3, Fetty Wap was riding his motorcycle when he allegedly went into the oncoming lane of traffic to get around a car. TMZ reported that the rapper never saw the other vehicle coming and ended up colliding with the car.

Following the crash, Fetty Wap's rep issued a statement to People saying that the "679" rapper was in stable condition at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson hours after the incident."He was treated at a local hospital and is in stable condition. His family wants to thank everyone for their outpouring of love and support. They ask that you respect their privacy during this time."

The rapper received three summonses for the accident. The Guardian reported Fetty Wap was given summonses for driving without a license, not having insurance and failing to produce a vehicle registration card.

Fetty Wap hasn't said anything else about his other scheduled shows in October, which includes a performance at New York's Power 105.1 Powerhouse at the Barclays Center on Oct. 22 and Chicago's WGCI Big Jam 2015 on Oct. 25. The 24-year-old has been playing shows to promote his debut album "Fetty Wap," which dropped on Sept. 25.

"Fetty Wap" debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. Several of the rapper's top charting singles appear on the album including "Trap Queen," "679," "My Way," and "Again." In August, the rapper was honored with a 2015 MTV Video Music Award for Artist to Watch