The singer then pulled out his wallet, handed him $140 off stage, signed his hat, and said a member of the team would escort him backstage to hand over T-shirts and other mementos.
But that was not all.
Combs “announced he was still going to perform, but felt that due to his vocal condition, he would not be able to put on a real show,” the radio station said.
According to a posting on the station’s website, “Therefore, he intended to refund the money concertgoers paid for tickets to the show.” He explained that he understands that the cost of going to the It was the least he could do.”
Combs was still doing shortened sets.
The singer’s act of generosity won him admiration from fans.
CNN reached out to Combs’ rep for comment.