Entertainment Music Singer Karol G Falls Down Stairs During Miami Concert — Watch Her Get Right Back Up! While trying to make her way down the stage, the 30-year-old singer took a spill down a flight of stairs during her performance of "Ahora Me Llama" in front of a sold-out crowd at FTX Arena By Tristan Balagtas Tristan Balagtas Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 27, 2021 05:10 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Karol G. Photo: Todd Williamson/NBC/Getty Karol G suffered a fall during a concert in Miami on Friday. While trying to make her way downstage, Karol G, 30, took a spill down a flight of stairs during her performance of "Ahora Me Llama" in front of a sold-out crowd at FTX Arena, according to video taken by numerous concertgoers and posted to TikTok. Following the tumble, the Latin Grammy Award-winning singer stayed on both hands and knees at the bottom of the stairs for a few seconds before one of her backup dancers helped her to her feet and she continued her performance. The Voice's Wendy Moten Says She's 'OK' After Falling On Stage During Live Show One TikToker wrote, "she's so sweet i feel so bad, she's a queen #karolg #bichotatour #fyp," while another concertgoer commented, "She seemed okay, she cried a bit and I posted about it but overall she killed it 😏" A representative for Karol G did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. The extent of her injuries is currently unknown, but TMZ reports she suffered broken nails and a hurt knee. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. In October, the Colombian star opened up to PEOPLE about her partnership with Smirnoff on the For the People campaign and how she's reclaiming her space as a female Latina reggaeton artist. "As a Latina, I think all the Latinos, we just have something inside that make us really hard workers," Karol G said at the time. "We look [for] the opportunity in places that there's no opportunity." Meanwhile, the "Tusa" singer explained that in the Latina community, women are continuously working to claim their space and respect from others — and she's proud to be a part of that movement as one of the few Latin women in a male-dominated genre. 5 Things to Love About Karol G, Latin Music's New It Girl "We are working for our spaces right now. But we are here. And we now have that respect. People know us [and] know our story," Karol G shared. "I'm super happy just to represent that part, to inspire people if I can, that's the most important thing." The singer's Bichota Tour kicked off Oct. 27 in Denver. Karol G's next stop is in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Saturday.