Travis Scott Maintains Balance On Stage At His NYC Concert After Big Props Hit Him

Image Credit: Travis Scott/ Instagram

An object nearly made Travis Scott fall while he was performing on stage at his NYC concert. Thankfully, the rapper quickly got a grip on himself and continued like nothing happened.

Travis Scott’s Stage Fall Incident During NYC Concert

Travis Scott was super pumped up with showing off his talent on stage at the NYC concert. The event was held on Dec. 19 at Barclays Center. What concluded as an exciting show was, in fact, interrupted. Evidence from a fan’s video showed that Travis almost fell.

As documented by People, the Goosebumps star was in the act when a prop shaped like a head hit him. Immediately, he staggered to a lower section of the stage, but everything seemed fine. Fortunately, Travis avoided a fall and continued the show as if nothing happened.

In the clip, it doesn’t appear like someone attacked him as it was a prop. So it is safe to say that Travis has not been a victim of the famous fans throwing on stage. Other popular names to have received the treatment include Lewis Capaldi and Drake. At the same time, it is not a retaliation from an angry fan.

While the rapper might have escaped the aforementioned, Travis has angered fans recently. Last week, the 32-year-old canceled his show in Chicago. Fans refused to sympathize with him as they observed that he had attended a festival in Saudi Arabia.

Following the cancellation, Travis explained that he spent 24 hours on the runway. He later added,

“To my people in Chicago I was so ready to go crazyyyy. Chicago always been one if my favorite places. Togo ham and been waiting for it the whole tour. I will be back the first couple days of January.”

Fans in Chicago will have to wait and see if January will be their time. So far, Travis has proven to be empathetic towards his loyalists. Last month, he talked about the Astroworld Festival that recorded casualties due to crowd rush. In an interview with GQ, he said:

“I always think about it. Those fans were like my family. You just feel for those people. And their families.”

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