Mike Posner Back on His Feet After Snake Bite, With Assistance

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Mike got the anti-venom he needed in time, but the snake definitely left its mark. causing his left foot to swell up near his ankle area - and the damage was pretty gnarly.

Posner is now taking part in a walk across the entirety of the United States, which has been cut short due to a serious snakebite.

According to his social media, Posner is walking across the U.S. and releasing a song in each state. I knew I could die doing it.

According to his social media, the Please Don't Go singer is walking across the USA and releasing a song in each state. "I'm on my way back", he wrote alongside a video documenting his physical therapy. "Gonna rebuild with patience and equanimity". I still might. So don't feel sorry for me.

Mike was reportedly making his way across Colorado this past Wednesday and had only 8 more miles to go in his day when he got bit by a baby rattler. "I'm proud of this pain".

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"That venom is no joke!" he said.

Fans wished him well in the comments, with one saying, "Hopefully I'll get to walk with you when you're back on that grind!" "I'll be here a few days and will not be able to walk for several weeks but enjoying the AC and the nice bed, haven't had those in a while Hahahaha!"

A rep for Posner told PEOPLE he will be okay, but "needs to recover for a few weeks".

Posner embarked on a hike across the United States in April, starting in Asbury Park, New Jersey. He appeared to be in Colorado when he was bitten, according to videos on his social media, putting a snag in reaching his final two destinations of Nevada and California.

The US star, best known for hits including Cooler Than Me and I Took A Pill In Ibiza, said on his Instagram page that he had been airlifted by helicopter for treatment.

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