Maybe there is no stunt in his wheelhouse. KJ Apa gave fans an update after contracting his second injury in a month.
The Riverdale star, 23, first hinted at the dust on Wednesday, July 29, Instagram post. “Stunts,” he wrote a photo of himself, smiling as a physician put his head on the set Songbird. He also chuckled as he showed blood on the collar of his T-shirt.
Apa detailed the incident on Thursday, July 30. “I split my head yesterday,” he explained in his Instagram story in videos with the wound. “I don’t know if you can see that, but I have two stitches there – metal stitches.”
Earlier this month, the New Zealand resident got a ‘metal shard’ in his eye, which he had to remove himself. He almost refused to take it out in one Instagram video on July 19. “I’m trying not to do that,” he said, using a Q-tip. “I’m not trying to do this right now.”
Apa then decided to take care of it. “I have to work tomorrow!” he noted before taking out the metal. “It’s as if my eye has been pierced!”
The I still believe Star looked at the “damage” to his eye and asked his friends, “Is that just a hole?” Then he started to cry.
For his recent injuries, Apa enjoyed relatively quiet quarantine with Riverdale Co-star Cole Sprouse. “I mean, he’s alive,” Dylan Sprouse told Entertainment tonight from his twin brother in May. “He and KJ, at the very beginning of quarantine, eventually stayed together at KJ in Los Angeles.”
The After we collided star, 27, added, “So, they isolate together, which is really cute.”
However, the costars – along with Lili Reinhart and Vanessa Morgan – were charged in June with sexual harassment and abuse on Twitter. “Earlier today, myself and three other cast mates were falsely accused of sexual abuse by anonymous accounts on Twitter,” said Cole, 27, at the time. “I take these allegations very seriously and will work with the right teams to find the root of them.”
Disney Channel’s alum continued, “False accusations wreak havoc on victims of actual sexual assault. Besides, I would never try to silence anyone. I encourage people to look at the accusations for themselves, because the detailed events were not actually true. This seems to be the latest statement in a series of incidents that my castmates and I wanted to unfounded. ‘
The Twitter user who initially posted the allegations later admitted to lying.
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