Gavin Rossdale has fans worried after sharing a series of concerning posts that seemed to hint at his possible health woes.
It all began on Sunday, October 3 — weeks after his band, Bush, canceled their tour due to "Covid-related circumstances" — when Rossdale begged the world for more time.
Alongside a throwback black-and-white photo of himself smizing at the camera, the 55-year-old wrote: "Dear time — can I have some more please. Happy weekend out there," with a black heart emoji.
The rocker then shared a video of himself on Wednesday, October 6, heading out on a walk with his pup, captioning the post: "Push on forward." Fans began to note something may be going on with Rossdale behind closed doors, as one user commented: "Are you ok? We're worried about you."
Rossdale really caused eyebrows to raise when he posted a photo of a syringe hours later to his Instagram Story followed by a collage of old photos from his younger performing days.
In a statement last month, Bush announced they were canceling their tour over a COVID-19 related matter. "Due to unfortunate and unavoidable Covid-related circumstances, we will be unable to move forward with our planned Fall tour dates — including our festival appearances and our tour with Stone Temple Pilots," read the statement.
Meanwhile, speculation surrounding Rossdale's health comes on the heels of previous reports that the "Love Remains The Same" artist has been cozying up to model Gwen Singer.
An insider told The Sun: "Gavin and Gwen both find each other hot and they're having fun together," which shouldn't come as a surprise since Rossdale's new Gwen is apparently a dead ringer for ex-wife Gwen Stefani.
The source seemed to confirm the dating rumors, but noted the relationship is still new. "It's still early days because they have only known each other a few months but it is all going well," spilled the insider. "She is drop-dead gorgeous and has loads of men chasing her but she was really drawn to Gavin, as he was to her."
"They have been spending time together in Los Angeles and seeing how it goes," the source added. "Neither of them is in any rush to make it serious."
Rossdale's new relationship comes six years after he and Stefani — who share sons Kingston, 15, Zuma, 13, and Apollo, 7 — called it quits. He was previously linked to Natalie Golba and Sophia Thomalla following the former flames' divorce, while Stefani happily moved on with country crooner and second husband Blake Shelton. The lovebirds tied the knot in July after being together for six years.