Ed Sheeran broke his right arm after being hit by car in London, England on October 16.
A source could to the 26-year-old singer-songwriter says Sheeran was out riding his bicycle when he was struck by the vehicle, reports Capital FM.
According to the BBC, Sheeran -- who was due to tour Asia soon -- was rushed to the hospital where he was quickly treated.
"I've had a bit of a bicycle accident," wrote the singer on his Instagram page alongside a photo of his arm in a cast. "I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows. Please stay tuned for further news."
Sheeran was scheduled to fly to Taipei next week before jetting off to South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India and Dubai, Marie Claire reports.
The right-handed performer often sings using a guitar and a loop pedal instead of a back band.
"I don't feel like there's anything interesting or new about seeing a singer-songwriter with a band behind them," he once explained. "I don't feel like if I suddenly got a band, everyone would go, 'Wow!'. I actually feel it'd take away from me."
However, he may have to resort to such a scenario given the injury.
Fans are messaging Sheeran get well wishes from all corners of the world.
"My sister's going to freak when she hears about this, oh goodness!" wrote somebody under Shared's Facebook post about the accident. "I hope that he's alright and for a speedy recovery! :( Feel better soon Ed, hope it's nothing major- We love you and your music, you're very talented.. Many virtual hugs, lots of love and prayers to you.. Keeping ya in my thoughts Ed Sheeran!"
"Get better Ed." added a second. "Hope you will feel better soon. Thank you for making us happy with your songs . God bless you."
Many are just grateful Sheeran is alive.
Some do not care if he cancels the tour.
"What is more important here is not the fact that his concerts will have to be cancelled, but more so that he is alive, with time he will be ok and will eventually perform...good luck in your recovery...my thoughts and prayers are with you...from Montreal," said another.
"Healing vibes!" wrote one Instagram user. "Thankful this was a minor incident and not more serious!"
Others encouraged him to continue touring, but with minimal effort.
"It's cool if you even just wanna breathe into a microphone." said another person on Instagram. "I'll still go."